Reed will be positioned in an ideal spot, right at the mouth of the steps to the Kodak Theater, Eisen said. His advice for Reed? "Be yourself."
"It's a madhouse with the amount of media that's there," Eisen said. "So to have somebody of his popularity? There are going to be celebrities who come up to him."
Since the Oscars take place at the same time as the NFL Scouting Combine, Eisen's show will combine the two. Last year, his Oscars correspondent was former Steeler Hines Ward, and Eisen admits there are some Ravens fans who will be happy the Ravens took the job from the Steelers.