Up-and-coming athlete representation and consulting agency Disruptive Sports have made a major move and penned a contract with breakthrough sportsman Gee Scott Jr. With this addition to the company’s roster of players, it looks to create more opportunities for company growth while also opening various doors for Gee and help him become an icon in the sports world.
Disruptive Sports goes by its namesake and looks to disrupt athletes and sports clubs by helping promising players build marketability and increase their chances of entering the big arenas. The company has had a knack of taking highly promising players and helping them reach their utmost potential. Today, Disruptive has made another milestone move by coming to an agreement with Gee Scott Jr.
The athlete is one of the top 100 prospects who is a four-star prospect according to 247Sports.com.in. He is the nation’s number 12-ranked wide receiver and the number 2 player in the state of Washington. Gee played in six games as a true freshman, finding a role on special teams. He also played in the Army All-American Bowl.
As a junior in 2018, he caught 52 passes for 755 yards and six touchdowns. During his senior season in 2019, he had 76 receptions for 1,453 yards and 15 touchdowns. He played for head coach Jeremey Thielbahr and helped Eastside Catholic win back to back state championships. Included in the season was a GEICO Bowl Series victory over Arizona powerhouse Centennial. Gee earned an invitation to The Opening Finals in Dallas as a result of his performance at The Opening Regional in Oakland, where he had the second-highest testing score. Gee was part of the All-Metro League Mountain Division selection. He moved to tight end during spring practice in 2021 and will look to make an impact at his new position this fall.
Sports management has been pretty much the same for the past few decades: many sports managers tell athletes what they want to hear and provide bare minimum guidance to help land the quickest available contract and let it ride on the status quo.
What most managers aren’t willing to do, this new and up-and-coming agency is more than capable of doing. When most people would simply tell their clients what they want to hear, Disruptive Sports bares all, whether athletes will like hearing it or not. As a result, their clients have been more than appreciative of the constructive criticism, mainly because it has pushed them on the business side of their career just as it has on the court or field. The concept is simple, but it has made all the difference in landing contracts, closing deals, and getting the best opportunities and investments available to minority athletes in various clubs, including the NFL, NBA, MBL, and many others.
“Our goal is to help athletes build a solid brand foundation and handle all off-field logistics so clients now can secure the real bag when they’re ready to take that next step,” shares Henry and Hector. Disruptive Sports Agency also signed Kendrick L Bourne, who currently plays Wide Receiver for the New England Patriots.
The agency’s goal has been to align itself with the athletes’ objectives and help them determine and achieve what they would define as professional success or even surpass it. Additionally, the agency is committed to finding players interested in building a solid brand and reputation to land deals, sponsorships, and other business opportunities that align with sports icons and greats.
On top of providing PR advice and helping close deals, Disruptive Sports Agency also takes care of the player’s overall brand, especially on digital platforms and social media channels. It takes care of content creation, brand monetization, brand building, and strategy. By removing this from a player’s list of deliverables, they can focus solely on what they love most—playing the game and becoming the best they can be.
Disruptive Sports looks to scale its operations and create a team of agents that manage basketball, football, baseball, boxing and even the entertainment world. In addition, it hopes to continue disrupting personalities in a way that would polish its brand and craft and, in turn, challenge sports clubs and industries as a whole.