Today is the day that the NFL will officially release the names of the underclassmen who have entered the 2017 NFL Draft. Teams will make a tough decision as to whether those players should be selected over more tested individuals. Pro Days and the NFL Combine are coming and agents
According to a press release, tennis agent John Tobias is joining TLA Worldwide and will assume the role of senior vice president of the sports marketing group. Tobias, the former head of tennis at Lagardère Sports and Entertainment, will be responsible for "seeking out and developing sales and marketing for TLA's
On the final day for players to declare for the 2017 NFL Draft, USC wide receiver/defensive back/return man Adoree Jackson has decided to forgo his senior season, according to a Tweet from his personal account. He has signed with Alliance Sports Agency for his representation. The 5'11", 185-pound Jackson was a three-year starter
Per a series of Instagram posts, former Ohio State University defensive back Malik Hooker and former University of Washington defensive back Budda Baker have signed with Athletes First for their representation in the 2017 NFL Draft. Both Baker and Hooker, widely regarded as two of the top safeties in the
This is a big week for Roc Nation Sports, the agency announced the signing of University of Southern California wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster and University of Notre Dame defensive lineman Isaac Rochell. Both men are preparing for the 2017 NFL Draft. According to Berk Communications, on January 2, Smith-Schuster celebrated his 25th career touchdown in
10 years. That's how long I have been writing for Sports Agent Blog. Over this time I've made many connections and friends, but it is time for me to depart. For my last post, I thought I'd take a look into the future of athlete representation and where it is headed.
According to an Instagram post by First Round Management CEO Malki Kawa, former University of Louisville running back Brandon Radcliff has signed with the agency for his representation in the 2017 NFL Draft. The 5'9", 210 pound Miami-native Radcliff enters the draft after a four-year career at Louisville in which he amassed