An Athlete’s Guide to Agents
An Athlete’s Guide to Agents, Fifth Edition is designed to better prepare athletes and their families to screen, select, and work with an agent. It teaches families about the importance of sports agents and allows athletes and their families to be active participants instead of handing all power away to a sports agent upon signing an agency contract. It examines: agent services and fees, financial management, insurance, endorsements, replacing an agent, renegotiating and holding out, and NCAA regulations.
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