I attended the University of Michigan on a football scholarship. My senior year I helped lead our team to a perfect season and a share of the 1997 National Championship while earning my BA in Sports Management & Communication.
I was drafted to the Denver Broncos and later played three years for the Jacksonville Jaguars, and finished my career with the Oakland Raiders.
Once I retired from professional sports I accepted an internship at Fox Sports Net where I booked news feeds, logged games, and wrote commentary for sports announcers.
In 2002 I created Prominent Enterprises; a PR firm that focused on young Hollywood talent and professional athletes.
In 2005 Mr. I teamed up with Peter Roach of The Pembroke Group, and Terence Richards of Quickplay Media to create Media Focus Group. MFG was a media company that focused on structuring, and creating financial opportunities for institutional money, and high net worth individuals into studio films. Our first film "The Perfect Game" starring Clifton Collins Jr and Cheech Marin was co-produced and co-financed by MFG.
I moved to Atlanta GA in 2009 to pursue my dream of launching my own production company - Mosaic Entertainment Group.
Recently I've began doing freelance opinion writing for Cox Media Groups sports venture Land of Ten. I cover everything University of Michigan Sports.
You can reach me at [email protected]
Michigan the fifth-best odds in the country to win a national title in 2018 at 10-1. Do you take that bet?