Move the Chains: Keys to Unlocking a Pro Football Career for the Undrafted Player

You weren't drafted into the NFL after college, but you still dream of playing pro football. One problem: you don’t know what to do to pursue that dream.

Follow Alvin Grier from Elite Sports Agency as he tells you what you need to know to get your foot in the door as a pro player. Your prime time is limited, so make your move right the first time. You may not get a second chance! More

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About Alvin Grier

Alvin serves as the Director of Midwest Operations for Elite Sports Agency (ESA), that services 15 current NFL players, and several UFL and CFL players.

As a collegiate football player, Alvin earned his Bachelors and Masters of Science degrees (in Information Technology) from Ferris State University.

With multiple friends that have played in the NFL, Alvin knows first-hand that most prospective pro football players know very little about the ins and outs of the pro football industry.

Alvin believes that your chances of success increase when your views and understandings are based on reality.

To help bridge the gap between fantasy and reality for prospective pro football players, he created Get2TheLeague.com.

Alvin has gained a great deal of knowledge and wisdom in the Sports Management industry from working around Glen Lansky (co-owner of Elite Sports Agency), and Dr. G. Lynn Lashbrook (founder of Sports Management Worldwide), who collectively have over 45 years of experience in the industry, and have represented over 70 NFL clients.

In his spare time, Alvin enjoys encouraging tomorrow’s leaders through public speaking opportunities, as well as through volunteer efforts with non-profits, such as the Make-A-Wish Foundation and the Midwest Resource Development Agency.

Alvin is also a proud member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.

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