Who says Michigan football players aren’t there to get an education? In a bold move after leaving the University of Michigan, Rashan Gary has decided to start his own sports agency, Rashan Gary Sports. not only that, but he was also able to bring with him current NFL agent Ian Clarke to protect his interests in the April draft.
Gary played three seasons in Ann Arbor and spent that time enrolled in General Studies at the university and also in Marketing and Sales at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business. You don’t see many athletes thinking about life after football, but this is a bold move that, if done correctly, should pay off for Gary.
It is also brilliant in that he can roll the agency fees into his new business model. See the tweet below for more on this developing story including his new logo.
JUST IN: Top NFL Draft prospect Rashan Gary of Michigan is forming his own sports agency – Rashan Gary Sports. NFL agent Ian Clarke is joining company & will be Gary’s primary agent. Gary will train at Michael Johnson Performance in Texas.
— Darren Heitner (@DarrenHeitner) December 18, 2018
Michigan’s Jim Harbaugh predicts ‘fireworks’ on Wednesday
The 2018 college football bowl season is now in full swing but on Wednesday, it’s all about recruiting as the early signing period officially begins.
On Monday, University of Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh‘s latest “Attack Each Day” podcast dropped and he spoke about how excited he is for the early signing period to begin. Harbaugh is clearly confident that the Wolverines will “come very close” to a full class if not a full class on Wednesday.
“It’s like it used to be in January when you just had the February signing,” Jim Harbaugh said this week on his “Attack Each Day” podcast. “I feel pretty confident that we’re going to come very close to a full class — if not a full class — on this Dec. 19, the first day you can sign.”
Harbaugh admitted that the recruiting process is a lot of hard work but it is something he clearly loves to do.
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