Former Emory baseball All-American Jason Glushon is making a name for himself as a sports agent.
Glushon, who played for the Eagles from 2004-2007, tied the school seasonal mark with 13 wins, tossing a program-record 125 1/3 innings as a senior. After earning his undergraduate degree in business administration from Emory, he played in the Oakland Athletics' minor league system for two years, while also interning at the Wasserman Media Group. From 2009 through May of 2016, Jason was a player agent at Wasserman before venturing out on his own to where he is now President of Glushon Sports Management.
Kurt Badenhausen of Forbes.com profiles Glushon in the following story.