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SBD/Issue 93/SportsBusiness Daily Exclusives
Maximum Sports Signs Projected No. 1 Pick Suh For Contract Work
Published January 27, 2010
By Liz Mullen, Staff Writer, SportsBusiness Journal
|Suh Inks Representation Deal
With Maximum Sports Management
Despite his rankings on various mock drafts, Barnes said Suh is not taking his draft status for granted and has been training hard in preparation for the NFL Combine. "He is going to blow the Combine up," Barnes said. "He is not a hard worker; he is a relentless worker." Barnes and Parker have not represented a No. 1 NFL Draft pick before, but have represented many top five NFL Draft picks over the years and are regarded as skillful contract negotiators.