Marlon lewis

Marlon Lewis was born and raised in Los Angeles,California. Marlon grew up in the gang and drug infested community of South Central Los Angeles one of the toughest communities in the country. Determined not to be another statistic Marlon set out on his journey to make a difference and be a positive person in society. Marlon attended Dorsey High School from 1987-1990. While there, he formed relationships with future NFL draftees Chris Mims,Chris Miller,Cedric White,Lamont Warren,and Sharmon Shah,while lettering in football with them. Marlon was an All League, All City, and All Conference player and was selected to both the Los Angeles County All Star Classic and San Diego vs Los Angeles All Star games after his senior season.

Marlon was also part of the 1989 Dorsey High School 4A City Section Championship team. Marlon attended West Los Angeles Community College after graduating from High School. After completing Community College Marlon attended both Central State (Ohio) University and Northern Michigan University on full athletic scholarships.


After college Marlon worked in the Sports Management business with companies such as Mouthpiece Sports, Stanley and Associates, and Immortal Sports and Entertainment. Marlon was also featured in New York Jets rookie Keyshawn Johnson autobiography Just Give Me The Damn Ball! Marlon was instrumental in signing many NFL players to these various companies.

Marlon has worked with over 40 NFL players during his time in the sports management business. He was also a founding partner in Nationwide Sports where his duties included but were not limited to advising and consulting with players and their families on the selection of their management company, establishing and maintaining clients fan clubs and websites, marketing deals, relocation assistance, vehicle shipment,and annual summer clinics/camps. Marlon also co-founded the non profit 501(c)(3) Nationwide Sports & Education Foundation where funds are raised to help underpriviledged youth and student athletes with things such as toy drives,free lunch,free snacks,Sat workshops,school supply give aways,computer classes,financial literacy workshops,football and basketball camps and clinics and annual high school and basketball all star games.

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