Let’s welcome Bryce Biggs to the Elite Athletes Marketing Group family!
Biggs is an Offensive Lineman at West Virginia University and is originally from the state of Kentucky.
Journey to College Football
Biggs held 16 other college offers while being recruited for football. His high school is known for producing many football players and he felt that he had the talent to play at the next level.
“My [high] school’s Offensive Line was not the best. But I understood what it takes for the O-Line to communicate, so I switched positions,” Biggs said.
He also played Free Safety while in high school.
Signing With EAMG
Biggs mentioned that he had a relationship with EAMG Founder and CEO, Jake O’Donnell, prior to even knowing about the growing sports agency and the opportunities it can provide.
“Jake and I had previously bonded about cars while interacting over social media,” Biggs said.
Once the Name, Image, Likeness (NIL) rules went into effect in 2021, O’Donnell sought out Biggs to join EAMG. According to Biggs, it was the perfect opportunity for him to learn how to market himself.
Biggs currently holds a partnership with University Toyota of West Virginia in Morgantown, West Virginia. He has become a spokesman for the dealership and helps promote new specials on vehicles.
West Virginia University Football
This past season was a redshirt year for Biggs. Since he is relatively new to playing Offensive Line, he spent the season developing his body and learning more about the position. Additionally, the player ahead of him depth-wise is a veteran and Biggs spent time studying his play.
“I spent the season lifting weights and learning how to become the best at my position,” Biggs said.
Off the Field
When he is not studying his playbook or practicing, Biggs can be found playing video games such as Call of Duty, Madden, or racing games. He also enjoys hanging out with his friends and off-roading in his Toyota 4Runner.
He enjoys listening to the music of heavy metal band, Mötley Crüe.
Ladies and gentlemen do not forget to watch West Virginia’s number 63 this coming season. He is going to be a mauler for the Mountaineers.