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KMM Sports’ Kelli Masters Signs Two NFL Prospects

TCU Horned Frogs safety Sam Carter (17) celebrates with teammates after intercepting a pass against the Texas Longhorns during the game at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brendan Maloney-USA TODAY Sports
TCU Horned Frogs safety Sam Carter (17) celebrates with teammates after intercepting a pass against the Texas Longhorns. Photo by Brendan Maloney-USA TODAY Sports

NFLPA Certified Agent Kelli Masters announced via her Twitter account (@KMMsports) the signing of two prospects for the upcoming 2015 NFL Draft. The newest members of the Oklahoma City based agency are Notre Dame RB Cam McDaniel and TCU SS Sam Carter. Kelli Masters has practiced business litigation with Fellers, Snider, Blankenship, Bailey & Tippens, P.C. since 2000. According to, Masters was a partner with the firm from 2005-2012 until taking an ‘Of Counsel’ position with the firm in order to focus on her growing sports management group. These two signings represent the 22nd and 23rd [potential] NFL clients currently represented by KMM Sports.

Cam McDaniel is a 5-foot-9, 207 pound running back out of Coppell, Texas. He finished his collegiate career at Notre Dame with 1,117 rushing yards on 255 carries (4.3 yds/a) and eight touchdowns. McDaniel saw his role reduced during the 2014 season – accumulating only 258 yards on 77 carries – due in large part to the emergence of sophomore RB Tarean Folston. McDaniel was the Irish’s leading rusher in 2013 with 705 yards and three touchdowns.  According to, McDaniel is the 65th ranked RB in the 2015 NFL Draft.

Sam Carter is a 6-foot-1, 215 pound safety out of New Orleans, Louisiana. He finished his collegiate career at TCU as a three year starter for the Horned Frogs and a 2-time second team All-Big 12 selection. Carter became known as an aggressive tackler with good ball skills at TCU finishing his career with 175 total tackles and 13 interceptions. Carter’s four interceptions in 2014 were tied for third most in the Big 12. This followed up equally successful 2012 and 2013 seasons where he recorded four and five interceptions, respectively. Carter’s thirteen career interceptions land him at 7th most all-time on the Big 12’s career leaders list. ranked Carter as the nation’s 23rd best dual-threat QB coming out of Alief Hastings High School before he became a mainstay in the Horned Frogs defensive backfield. According to, Carter is the 16th ranked SS in the 2015 NFL Draft.