ORLANDO, Fla. – Brandon Wimbush roamed the halls at the University of Central Florida before as a graduate transfer on the Knights football team in 2019.
The entrepreneur is now huddling up with a college friend with a new venture to help current student-athletes.
It’s called MOGL.
“I went through some of the hard struggles that a lot of these athletes go through on a financial scale, so being able to provide them with opportunities to not only help themselves but also their families,” says Wimbush.
The goal is simple: create interactive platform athletes and businesses can use to find mutually beneficial opportunities.
So far they’ve helped more than 2,000 thousand student-athletes across the country cash in on their name, image and likeness.
“There’s no contractual agreement, we’re not an agency. We’re a service that basically empowers athletes to act as their own agents,” co-founder of MOGL Ayden Syal.