Former Arizona State WR, Jaelen Strong, has signed with Roc Nation’s Ari Nissim for his representation in the 2015 NFL Draft, according to SBJ’s Liz Mullen.
The 6’3″ 215 lb redshirt junior decided to forgo his final year of eligibility as a Sun Devil to capitalize on his record-setting 2014 season as he looks ahead to a NFL future. His 82 receptions in 2014 were good for third in the Arizona State record books for receptions in a single season. He also totaled 1,165 yards receiving which places him fifth for a single season in that category, in addition to 10 touchdowns. He also racked up the accolades to finish his collegiate career – Phil Steele All-Pac-12 (First Team), Phil Steele All-American (Third Team), Sporting News All-American (Second Team), Sports Illustrated All-American (Second Team), CBS Sports All-American (Second Team), ESPN.com All-American, Biletnikoff Award Semifinalist, and All-Pac-12 First Team. The Philadelphia-native is a projected first round pick this May.
Ari Nissim is a NFLPA certified contract advisor and former New York Jets director of football operations. He has expertise in salary caps and negotiations that help Roc Nation Sports prepare for contract negotiations. In addition to Strong, Nissim also represents draft prospect and former Georgia running back Todd Gurley. He also assists with RNS’s other NFL clients including Dez Bryant and Geno Smith.