I joined PSG in June 2010 and read all the material in reference to the NFL. PSG study material played an intricate part in me passing the NFLPA exam in August 2010. I would recommend the Professional Package, because it has a great deal of information that will help new agents jump start their careers. I have received several inquiries since I posted my information on the website that comes with the Professional Package. Prior to PSG I researched several Sports Agents Programs and many of them do not stress getting certified in the sport you want to be an agent. It was hard to talk with a live person at the competitor sites who understand the business, and when I did they mislead me in several key areas. When I first talked with Rod, one of the 1st things he told me was to work on obtaining my certification if I am serious about getting paid. When I registered with two well know SEC programs, one of the members from the compliance department inquired on the type of Sports Agent training that I've received. I told them that I have completed the Pro Sports Group course and the compliance member said that Rod and his group are a good group, very knowledgeable, and helpful in the sports agent field. Again, for the money PSG charges for their program, you will reap the benefits.
JT Johnson, NFLPA Certified
Atlas Sports Agency