CROWN ENDEAVORS SPORTS AGENCY

"You're not a client, you're family"

Who We Are

Crown Endeavors is a boutique, Christian sports agency that provides unparalleled representation to athletes and coaches. We are the only agency of its kind. 

Our Mission

  1.   To provide unparalleled representation of coaches and players from a Christian perspective
  2.   To foster role models in the influential world of sports
  3.   To maximize security and compensation for our clients while helping make their dreams a reality

Our Motive

​​"Everyone who competes in the games goes into strict training. They do it to get a crown that will not last, but we do it to get a crown that will last forever."

- 1 Corinthians 9:24b-25

ABOUT

What They're Saying

  1. "I would like to thank Crown Endeavors for all the work they did in helping me find my next position. They were detailed oriented in their approach and put relationships at the forefront. They always put the best interest of the client before business. I would highly recommend them as an organization you can trust".
    Tim Montez, Scout
  2. “Ever since John Maghamez and I got in contact, we clicked instantly. It’s like instantly we had that friendship bond. He was very professional. He seemed to care about his client and is very realistic. He keeps it real with me.”
    Lavonte Hights, Chicago Bears
  3. "Having an agency that puts God first is a blessing. In this sports agency world there is a lot of business whether good or bad. In January, 2019 I signed with CE and haven't looked back since. It's been an honor to have an agency that believe in you and keeps faith when things don't look so good. Crown Endeavors Sports Agency isn't business, it's family. "
    Myquon Stout, New York Jets

Athlete Services


"CE will help you to maximize every last drop of talent"


"There is no other company I'd trust with my career than CE"

Contract Negotiations

Pre-draft Training

Marketing

Legal & Financial Assistance

Charitable Involvement

Branding

Public Relations


"There is no other agency like Crown Endeavors in the world"
"The marketing opportunities are endless with CE"
LIST OF ATHLETES

News

  1. Raiders bring back CB Dylan Mabin on a reserves/futures deal
    07 Jan, 2020
    Raiders bring back CB Dylan Mabin on a reserves/futures deal
    Mabin (undisclosed) signed a reserve/future contract with the Raiders on Monday. Mabin dealt with an unspecified injury during the end of the 2019 season while on the Raiders' practice squad. The 22-year-old appears to be past that issue, and he'll seek a depth/special-teams role with the Raiders in 2020. For the full story visit https://www.cbssports.com/fantasy/football/news/raiders-dylan-mabin-inks-deal-with-raiders/
  2. UVA Alum Moves Talent Shop To The River City
    08 Jan, 2018
    UVA Alum Moves Talent Shop To The River City
    Read the original story at: https://richmondbizsense.com/2018/01/08/uva-alum-moves-talent-shop-river-city/ With NFL and MLB hopefuls on his roster, a UVA football player-turned-sports agent has added his firm to the short list of agencies that call Richmond home. Crown Endeavors, founded by former Cavalier offensive lineman John Maghamez, has moved from Roanoke to Richmond. Maghamez, who played at UVA from 2008-2012, started the business in 2015 and represents football and baseball players and
  3. Stout Prepares to be a New York Jet
    30 Apr, 2019
    Stout Prepares to be a New York Jet
    BOONE — New York City is slowly but surely turning into North Appalachian. The New York Jets are already home to former App State safety Doug Middleton. Right after the 2019 NFL Draft ended, the Jets signed former App State running back Jalin Moore and defensive tackle MyQuon Stout. Stout said he had a feeling that the Jets might be calling. He talked to the Jets’ defensive line coach Andre Carter twice before the draft and Stout felt confident that the Jets might sign him to a free agent
  4. Connor Jessop Doesn't Have To Travel Far For First NFL Experience
    14 Aug, 2018
    Connor Jessop Doesn't Have To Travel Far For First NFL Experience
    As Connor Jessop stepped on the Redskins’ practice field Sunday, he was still a little flustered. Just 24 hours earlier, he was celebrating the birthday of his friend's daughter when he received a call with an area code from Ashburn, Va., where he calls home. Soon, a different kind of celebration took place. This week, Jessop is playing football in Loudoun County as a member of the Redskins, but many years earlier he was already a household name in town, due to a successful career at Broad Run
  5. The Chicago Bears signed Undrafted Free Agent Elijah Norris from Shepherd
    30 Apr, 2018
    The Chicago Bears signed Undrafted Free Agent Elijah Norris from Shepherd
    The Chicago Bears signed a cornerback from Dubuque, and an edge rusher from Shepherd. At least it is clear that the team has their feelers out there.  Sleeper pass rusher Elijah "EJ" Norris from Shepherd has signed a free agent contract with the Chicago Bears. Scouting report: Strengths: Explosive and disruptive pass rusher who plays athletic football. Plays with proper lean and outstanding pad level and consistently gets leverage on opponents out of a three-point stance or standing over
  6. Jessop aims to make 'legitimate run' at playing pro football
    20 Apr, 2018
    Jessop aims to make 'legitimate run' at playing pro football
    https://www.loudountimes.com/sports/jessop-aims-to-make-legitimate-run-at-playing-pro-football/article_75cf2378-44aa-11e8-bc85-c78a26c3c016.html
  7. Memphis Tigers football hires Scott Symons as inside LBs coach
    20 Feb, 2018
    Memphis Tigers football hires Scott Symons as inside LBs coach
    MEMPHIS – University of Memphis head football coach Mike Norvell has hired Scott Symons as an inside linebackers coach, it was announced Friday. Symons has spent the past four seasons at West Georgia.   "We are excited about the addition of Coach Symons and his wife Kristen to the Tiger football family," Norvell said. "We have been able to develop a great relationship over the last few years as he has come to clinics with our defensive staff over the last few years and will allow us to have
  8. Jessop Finishes Fourth in Harlon Hill Award Balloting
    11 Jan, 2018
    Jessop Finishes Fourth in Harlon Hill Award Balloting
    Read original story at http://www.mountaineast.org/news/2017/12/15/football-jessop-finishes-fourth-in-harlon-hill-award-balloting.aspx?path=fb FLORENCE, Ala. – Senior quarterback Connor Jessop (Ashburn, Va./Broad Run/Virginia Tech) of the Shepherd University football team finished fourth in the balloting for the 2017 Harlon Hill Trophy as the Division II College Football Player of the Year. Texas A&M-Commerce quarterback Luis Perez claimed the 2017 Harlon Hill Trophy. The award winner is
  9. Bellhaven University Hires Blaine McCorkle as Head Football Coach
    09 Jan, 2018
    Bellhaven University Hires Blaine McCorkle as Head Football Coach
    Read original story at http://blazers.belhaven.edu/news/2018/1/6/belhaven-welcomes-new-head-football-coach-blaine-mccorkle.aspx Belhaven University Vice President and Director of Athletics, Scott Little, has announced the selection of Blaine McCorkle as Head Football Coach.  An Education graduate and four-year football letterman at Louisiana State University (LSU), McCorkle comes to Belhaven from the University of Delaware, where he most recently served as Offensive Line Coach.  His collegiate
  10. Hights Finishes Third in Upshaw Award Balloting
    04 Jan, 2018
    Hights Finishes Third in Upshaw Award Balloting
    MANHEIM, Pa. -- Senior offensive lineman Lavonte Hights (N. Chesterfield, Va./Meadowbrook) of the Shepherd University football team finished third in the balloting for the 2017 Gene Upshaw Division II Lineman of the Year Award. Slippery Rock defensive end Marcus Martin won the award, while Jake Daugherty of Ferris State placed second. A three-time All-MEC First Team selection and two-time All-American, Hights set the Shepherd all-time mark for consecutive starts with 49. He anchored an
  11. 3 Time All-American LaVonte Hights Signs With CE
    20 Dec, 2017
    3 Time All-American LaVonte Hights Signs With CE
    Richmond, Virginia, December 20, 2017 - Crown Endeavors Sports Agency signed its first professional football client LaVonte Hights from Shepherd University today representing both his playing career and his marketing endeavors. LaVonte was a 3x All-American at Shepherd where he played both offensive tackle and guard.  LaVonte hails from Richmond, Virginia and is a graduate of Meadowbrook High School.  LaVonte is a 2018 NFL Draft prospect who possesses freak athleticism for a 6'4" 310 lb
  12. Tim Place Signs With Crown Endeavors Sports Agency
    29 Nov, 2017
    Tim Place Signs With Crown Endeavors Sports Agency
    Richmond, Virginia, November 29, 2017 - Chowan University Head Football Coach Tim Place has officially signed with Crown Endeavors Sports Agency for his representation for his career and for marketing. Every program Tim has coached at he has turned around almost immediately and created a winning culture.   Tim Place enters his 10th season at the helm of the Hawks football program after producing back-to-back winning seasons for the first time in the Division II era and has produced winning
  13. Jessop Earns Offensive Player of the Year in the MEC
    25 Nov, 2017
    Jessop Earns Offensive Player of the Year in the MEC
    Shepherd University senior quarterback Connor Jessop (Broad Run) is the 2017 Mountain East Conference Offensive Player of the Year after piloting the Rams to a perfect 10-0 record during the regular season.  Shepherd junior wide receiver Wanya Allen (Potomac Falls) and West Virginia Wesleyan senior linebacker Brandon Grayson (Loudoun Valley) were selected on the second team. Jessop passed for 3,284 yards and a school-record 38 touchdowns in his senior season. He also rushed for 334 yards and
  14. Inside Rhodes Football
    15 Aug, 2017
    Inside Rhodes Football
    The 2016 season was Jim Ryan’s first as head coach of the Rhodes College Lynx. The 2015 NCAA D-III assistant coach of the year while at Washington University St. Louis (D-III), Ryan led his 2016 squad to a 6-4 overall record (a two win improvement over the 2015 season) and produced 11 All-Conference players in the Southern Athletic Association. In the videos below, Ryan, his staff & players will share daily insights into 2017 August Camp; and the transition into the season. We hope you enjoy
  15. Kevin Maurice Signs with Crown Endeavors Sports Agency
    09 Aug, 2017
    Kevin Maurice Signs with Crown Endeavors Sports Agency
    Roanoke, Virginia, August 9, 2017 - Eastern Washington University Running Back's Coach Kevin Maurice has officially signed with Crown Endeavors Sports Agency for his representation for his career and for marketing. Kevin has accomplished much in a very short coaching career thus far previously serving as the recruiting coordinator and running back's coach at North Dakota where he coached not one but two All-American running backs.  EWU Head Coach Aaron Best has this to stay about Kevin:
  16. Mark James featured in CIAA football roundup
    07 Aug, 2017
    Mark James featured in CIAA football roundup
    Virginia Union University’s Lavatiae Kelly is feared as a triple threat by rival CIAA football coaches. The senior player for the Panthers has been named to the Preseason All-CIAA team at three different positions — wide receiver, punt returner and kickoff returner. Selections were announced July 10 by the CIAA Football Coaches Association at its annual Kickoff Banquet in Salem. The other preseason pick from VUU is sophomore defensive back Sterling Hammond. Virginia State University also had
  17. Mark James Selected for the NFL's Bill Walsh Coaching Fellowship with the Los Angeles Rams
    03 Jun, 2017
    Mark James Selected for the NFL's Bill Walsh Coaching Fellowship with the Los Angeles Rams
    Los Angeles, CA, (June 3, 2017) -   Virginia Union University Head Football Coach Mark James has been selected to participate in the NFL's prestigious Bill Walsh Coaching Fellowship for the summer of 2017. He will be conducting his fellowship with the newly minted Los Angeles Rams under their new coaching staff led by Sean McVay. As a Bill Walsh Fellow, Mark James will spend the entire training camp with the LA Rams observing practices and meetings, gaining insights into the professional
  18. The biggest NFL Draft story out of Georgia might have been Division II West Georgia’s defense.
    08 May, 2017
    The biggest NFL Draft story out of Georgia might have been Division II West Georgia’s defense.
    The Wolves had two players drafted — Dylan Donahue in the 5th round and Alex Armah in the 6th round — and three other defensive players signed free agent contracts. That makes for five total players signing NFL deals from defensive coordinator Scott Symons’ defense. The two draft picks were more than Georgia, Georgia Tech, Georgia Southern or Georgia State this year. UWG’s defense was No. 18 in D2 scoring defense last year and second in the Gulf South Conference. Read full story online at
  19. Documenting a father’s faith - Gee family reflects ahead of upcoming film and book
    15 Apr, 2017
    Documenting a father’s faith - Gee family reflects ahead of upcoming film and book
    Read entire story at: http://www.therotundaonline.com/sports/documenting-a-father-s-faith/article_0b1b4d12-011e-11e6-b90e-db51b561ace1.html Schizophrenia; a complex mental illness that creates a constant state of confusion for the person, characterized by delusions, hallucinations, and strange behavior. According to the World Health Organization, the incurable disorder causes complications in the minds of over 21 million people worldwide, and over 50 percent do not receive the appropriate
  20. New Eastern Washington running backs coach Kevin Maurice ready for challenge
    07 Apr, 2017
    New Eastern Washington running backs coach Kevin Maurice ready for challenge
    How badly did Kevin Maurice want to coach to coach at Eastern Washington? Enough to move far from his Midwestern roots. Enough to give up a successful three-year gig at Big Sky Conference rival North Dakota, where he developed some of the best running backs in the Football Championship Subdivision. And enough to give up the not-so-bright lights of Grand Forks for an even smaller setting in Cheney. Then again, consider that Cheney is home to an Eastern Washington program that has cast a light
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