Republican National Convention officials released the full list of convention speakers, and one marquee name isn't there.
Donald Trump said he wanted athletes to speak, and The New York Times reported college football star Tim Tebow would be a guest speaker.
Most of the speakers are political figures, plus two survivors of the Benghazi attack: Mark Geist and John Tiegen.
Tebow who was originally one of the big-ticket names on the guest speakers list, said he will not be speaking at the convention and that it was all one big "rumor" instead, nothing more. Although the Trump campaign had invited Tebow to speak, he did not accept the invitation.
Rep. Kevin McCarthy, California
Rep. Michael McCaul, Texas
Former U.S. Attorney General Michael Mukasey
Kentucky Sen. Mitch McConnell
Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge
U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan
Florida Gov. Rick Scott
Sen. Jeff Sessions, Alabama
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker
Rep. Ryan Zinke, of Montana
RNC Co-Chair Sharon Day
RNC Chairman Reince Priebus
Alex Smith (College Republicans)
Antonio Sabato, Jr.
Pastor Mark Burns
Rabbi Haskel Lookstein
Rev. Jerry Falwell Jr.
Rev. Darrell Scott
Retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn
Michelle Van Etten
Mike Pence, rumored to be Trump's top vice presidential pick, is not on the list.