But has anybody on here had a lottery fantasy? Have you ever let your mind wander to things you would buy for yourself and other people?
Well imagine being able to make that a 100% reality.
Brown knows that if he comes back to CMU, and Central stinks up the 2010 season, he will not only be hurting his draft stock, but he also risks injury.
The bottom line is that Antonio Brown is under a lot of pressure to make a decision (if he hasn’t made it already.)
Just look at this sports agent telling Brown what he should do in regards to making his decision.
Chris J Camper isn’t just a family friend. Camper works for Oracle Sports Management which describes itself as:
Oracle Sports Management L.L.C. will provide services to athletes that will allow them to transition into professional sports with poise. Oracle Sports Management L.L.C. will go above and beyond dollars and cents by living up to its creed; Loyalty, Determination, Performance. By simplifying a client’s life, Oracle Sports Management L.L.C. allows its clients to enjoy and perfect their craft, their passion, their sport.
For those of you wondering if its ethical for agents to be talking to players before their season is finished — it’s perfectly legal and just part of the game. The NCAA has no problem with sports agents using social networking tools.
My understanding is that if an agent wanted to contact Antonio Brown in person, they would have to let CMU know about it before hand.
Now I have no idea if Brown has an agent or if Camper is anything more than a facebook friend. But let’s be honest, you can throw a rock and hit a lawyer/agent looking for a payday by wooing an NFL prospect to hire them.
Brown will probably get a hundred messages leading up to the day he makes his decision.
All of those messages are going to center around the same theme: $$$$$$$$$$$$
So if you are the lunch lady at Thorpe Hall (athletes dorm) maybe put on an extra fancy hairnet, or make that chicken patty extra nice for Mr. Brown if you see him. CMU needs all the help it can get to keep Brown in Mt. Pleasant.
Telling him he could compete for another MAC Championship will probably ring hollow.
“I have two championship rings…what I don’t have is a BMW.”