Frank C Denison grew up in Oxon Hill, Maryland just outside of Washington DC. The son of a Sargent in the National Guard and stationed at Andrews Air Force Base, Frank learned about honesty, integrity, and of course “Always ready, Always There”. Always active at a young age, and loving to compete, Frank decided to run track and was fortunate enough to make it to the Junior Olympics in the 800m while in middle school. At Oxon Hill High School, the passion for sports blossomed and here lettered in football, basketball, and baseball. Upon graduation, Frank attended the University of Maryland and majored in Psychology and Criminal Justice, while working landscaping to pay bills. Frank went on to receive his law degree from the University of Baltimore School of Law in 1999.
In 2000, Frank was hired as an Assistant State’s Attorney for Prince George’s County in Maryland. While working as a State’s Attorney and volunteering on weekends, he continued to follow and never lost his love for sports. In 2012, an article in Sports Illustrated had such a profound effect on frank that it altered his career path. The article was about broke athletes, and It expressed that within three years of retirement, 83 percent of professional athletes were in financial ruin. I was amazed at how many professional athletes had been taken advantage of by people that they trusted. I wanted to make a difference, so I decided to become an NFL agent. Frank’s goal is to be an Advisor that truly cares about his clients, and will work tirelessly to insure his clients are successful on and off the field. Frank’s passion for football and helping young men achieve their goals has made being an agent a truly great experience.