Illustration of Carl Crawford

A few months ago, I signed sports artist Alvin Fall as my second client.  While I always aspired to be a sports agent, owning AccessAthletes has taken me in a much different direction.  I can honestly say that I never expected to represent sports artists, but I am grateful

Hoop Dreams: The Next Big Cartoon!

The most exciting and promising project that I have been involved with as a sports marketing agent for Terrell White is Hoop Dreams. And no folks, I'm not talking about the 1994 documentary film about William Gates and Arthur Agee. The new Hoop Dreams is an animated cartoon that stars a

What would you do…? (#6)

If you are an aspiring sports agent, you constantly hear about how to break into the industry. While getting your foot in the door is the first step, what do you do after you accomplish that? There are plenty of challenges that will arise after you land your first gig

Graphic Artist Representation

I have some exciting news to report. Yesterday, I became an agent after I signed my first client. Most of you are probably wondering what sport my client plays (as I am writing on the SportsAgentBlog). It's definitely not what most of you would expect. My first client

What would you do…? (#5)

As we get deeper into the NFL offseason, you will hear more and more chatter about free agency, franchise tags, and the like. This time of year is when agents make their mark on behalf of their clients. At the end of the day, an agent is judged on the

What would you do…? (#4)

I apologize for the hiatus, but I hope to deliver an exciting hypo for everybody to discuss in the fourth edition of this column. One of your clients is a starting QB in the NFL. We will call him Willie Smoke. Willie is a third-year player who led his

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