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Rep1Sports Signs Oregon State’s Isaac Seumalo And California’s Jared Goff

The following post was written by our newest contributor, Tom Grossi. Tom is a young lawyer currently working for 16W Marketing, which represents Howie Long, Boomer Esiason, and Phil Simms. Tom also had the chance to intern for Mike Tannenbaum while he was still at Priority Sports during law school. Tom graduated from Seton Hall Law School last year. 

Oregon State offensive lineman Isaac Seumalo and Cal QB Jared Goff have decided to pass up their final year of eligibility and enter the 2016 NFL draft. Both juniors have chosen California-based Rep1Sports for representation.

Isaac Seumalo, a 6-foot-5, 298-pound OL has remained a hot commodity despite having his career halted when he broke his foot at the 2013 Hawaii Bowl. He had two surgeries and missed a full season, but because of his size and versatility to play all positions on the offensive line he should one of the first guards taken off the board.

Jared Goff, 6’4’’ 215 lbs, set 26 school records in his three seasons as Cal’s starting quarterback from 2013-15. He also leaves second on the school’s all-time list for passing efficiency (143.95), trailing only Aaron Rodgers. Scouts say he is a smart, analytical film nerd and it shows in his play. Over his three season, he developed in a progression-based offense that featured ample run/pass options predicated on pushing the ball down the field. A semifinalist for the Davey O’brien National Quarterback Award,Goff is currently ranked as the number 1 QB and a projected first round draft pick by

Rep1Sports is a California-based agency with 65 plus years of experience in the industry. Partner, Ryan Tollner, has years of experience working the NFL draft and prides himself on making crucial pre-draft decision to move clients up the draft board. Rep1 clients include Ben Roethlisberger, Marcus Mariota, and Blake Bortles, among others.

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