Labor and Agents

Projected first-round picks highlight Wasserman's NFL Draft class

By Liz Mullen

Wasserman has signed a large class of prospects for this year's NFL Draft, including projected first rounders Georgia LB Nakobe Dean and Colorado State TE Trey McBride. Wasserman's Chafie Fields is representing Dean, while Mike Swenson and C.J. LaBoy are representing McBride. These players make up the rest of Wasserman's class: Oklahoma LB Brian Asamoah, SMU WR Danny Gray, Michigan RB Hassan Haskins, USC RB Keaontay Ingram, Washington OT Jaxson Kirkland, Michigan State WR Jalen Nailor, Cincinnati WR Alec Pierce, Oklahoma DE Isaiah Thomas, North Dakota OT Matt Waletzko and Tulane P Ryan Wright. Fields, LaBoy, Swenson, Doug Hendrickson, Richard Irvin, Quincy Peyton and Alexis Ramos are representing the players. Hendrickson said the draft class is a collective effort by the Wasserman NFL agents. "All of us are working with these players to some degree, some more than others, with the players," Hendrickson said. "We are really excited about the class -- really good kids who are going to have a really bright future." The majority of the players are training at Exos facilities in Texas and Arizona in preparation for college All-Star bowl games and the NFL Combine.

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