Shaquem Griffin’s Marketability
Shaquem Griffin lit up the NFL combine and is the talk of the league. Inflcr CEO Jim Cavale joins Rob Cressy to talk about Shaquem Griffin’s marketability. Griffin, who played for the undefeated National Champion UCF Knights, ran a combine best 4.38 in the 40 yard dash and put up 20 reps of 225. This turned the heads of GM’s and fans and set social media ablaze. Does Griffin’s story and leadership combined with his talent make him more attractive to teams? On the heels of JJ Watt’s fundraising efforts for Houston, how much impact could Shaquem Griffin’s voice have in the overall sports media landscape?
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