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News February 24, 2020 Drew Hawkins Serves as Panelist for “Play-by-Play: Today’s Athletes & their Financial Road Maps”

Edyoucore founder and CEO, Drew Hawkins was invited by NBC Universal’s Black Employee Network to serve on a recent panel focused on today’s athletes and their finances. The event,”Play-by-Play: Today’s Athletes and their Financial Road Maps” was hosted at CNBC and moderated by the network’s sports business reporter, Jabari Young. Joining Hawkins on the panel …

News July 23, 2019 Drew Hawkins Provides Insight to The Athletic’s Breaking Story about Adrian Peterson

Adrian Peterson owes millions to Pa. lender, lawsuit claims; RB now faces potentially third default judgment By Daniel Kaplan | Link to Article Washington Redskins running back Adrian Peterson by October is set to top $100 million in career salary, 45 percent more than anyone else in NFL history at his position. And despite that, …

News June 20, 2019 Edyoucore Educates Student-Athletes at Ray Lewis’ Football Academy
Edyoucore was honored to participate in the Ray Lewis Football Academy, which was sponsored by Under Armour and hosted at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida. The players were extremely talented and attentive both on and off the field. Former NFL great Bart Scott and facilitator Mitch Horan from Edyoucore Sports & Entertainment coached them ...
News May 30, 2019 Edyoucore Participates in 2019 Global Sports Summit

Frisco, Texas —  Drew Hawkins represented edyoucore sports and entertainment at the 2019 Global Sports Summit taking place May 29-30 in Frisco, Texas.  The annual event produced by The Sports Leadership Institute enables unrivaled opportunities for sports leaders to share best practices, lessons learned, behind-the-curtain strategies, and discussions surrounding important issues and challenges. Hawkins served …

Media Coverage News October 18, 2016 Forbes: CBS NFL Analyst Bart Scott Can’t Wait To Save NFL Players Money

By Mark J. Burns Link to Article Bart Scott has heard the good, bad and ugly when it comes to athletes and their finances, but now that he is retired, the former New York Jets and Baltimore Ravens linebacker is looking to “change the narrative” over the course of his second career. An undrafted player from …

Media Coverage News September 16, 2016 The New York Times: For College Athletes, Financial Coaching From Retired Pros

By Paul Sullivan Link to Article They are two former professional athletes whose prospects started out quite differently. Bart Scott went undrafted coming out of Southern Illinois University but ended up playing 11 seasons in the National Football League, and made it to the Pro Bowl in 2006. Antoine Walker, who led the University of …

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