This season's 1st Jill of The Week is 5th year vet Laura. This season she's the co-captain of the Jills Ambassador Squad, a role that requires her to be a great people person and able to carry on conversations with fans of all ages. Laura's very qualified at that and can talk with guys about things other than football. A lot of that stems from what she does a lot of the time when she's not acting as a Jill. She's the spokesmodel for Martin Archery and not only advertises the equipment, but uses it as well. In fact, last summer, ESPN2 aired a series of mini-episodes of Laura doing some hunting, and we're not talking about hunting for shopping bargains either. The show was called Redfield Redzone and focused on her learning and teaching about hunting, archery, and fishing. This is not to say she's totally tomboyish as she's still very feminine in many ways as well. For one thing, when she's actually home, which is rare considering how much time she seems to spend on the road, she's an ace in the kitchen with an award for her Ultimate Peanut Butter Pie as well as requests from her squadmates to bring some of her cookies or other concoctions to practices or to games. Laura's secondary photo comes from the Kid's Day game where several of the Jills Ambassadors were posing for photos and signing autographs in Lot C. Shown in the photo are Jessica, Laura, and Sara.