I sit down with my former client Moses Harris to talk about his decision to quit football, the plan he had in place before he made the decision, the success he's found since, and the advice he has for other football players. A two-part episode series.
Monte Harrick, an executive compensation specialist and son of championship-winning basketball coach Jim Harrick, joins the podcast to discuss deferred compensation for coaches under a split-life policy to avoid the excise tax.
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My client Ryan Navarro played in the Alliance of American Football as a long snapper for the Memphis Express. He sits down with me to share what it was like for the players when they learned the league would be shutting down, but also to share what his experience in the league was like overall.
With the CBA expiration looming, I sound off on the recent tension between the NFLPA and agents, and how we got to this point including analyzing the overlap and gap between how agents tend to do business, and what players expect out of them, and highlighting why illegal inducements are ultimately to the detriment of nearly everyone involved.
I relay the inside scoop I got from a former NFL general manager who currently consults teams on navigating free agency. Why do teams sign one guy and not another - what factors do they consider? How do they handle draft picks? I also share the perspective of a current NFL GM on the proposed change to the review rule, and give you a roundup of the biggest moves in free agency.
Penn State Vice President for Intercollegiate Athletics Sandy Barbour joins the podcast to explain how an athletic director goes through the process of hiring a head coach.
Penn State Vice President for Intercollegiate Athletics Sandy Barbour joins the podcast to explain the origins of the NCAA transfer portal, potential areas of change to transfer policies, the ins and outs of transfer waivers, and more.
Former University of Utah punter Tom Hackett joins the podcast to debate the pros and cons of the NCAA transfer portal while Jill shares her perspective on the portal as a coach's wife, daughter, and an industry veteran. If you are a college football player looking to play professionally and want to explore your options for representation, contact Jill via email at [email protected]
Get to know Noah Borden, a long snapper from University of Hawai'i and member of veteran sports agent Jill Baxter's 2019 draft class! Noah had a near-perfect snapping record after taking over as starter two games into his freshman year. He was named a Wuerffel Trophy semifinalist in 2018 and earned many academic honors throughout his career. To learn more about Noah, email Jill at [email protected]
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