Penn State guard Myles Dread and UCONN quarterback Ta’Quan Roberson become the latest NCAA athletes to offer their coaching virtually through the Obsesh platform.
Obsesh, the premier marketplace platform for getting 1:1 coaching from pro and NCAA athletes is excited to welcome Penn State men’s basketball guard Myles Dread and UCONN quarterback Ta’Quan Roberson to it’s roster of athletes.
“This is truly what NIL is all about, being able to give back to the community and connect with fans.”
— Brad Kraut, Director of Brand Partnerships, Limitless NIL Collective
This new partnership will allow Limitless athletes to have access to the Obsesh platform to connect with fans and aspiring athletes. Both Dread and Roberson will be able to impact the lives of those they connect with by offering coaching tips, mentoring advice and sessions, and by providing sport-specific workouts.
Myles Dread, a forward for the Penn State men’s basketball team, brings a sharp-shooting mentality to the platform. In addition to tapping into Dread’s lethal abilities from behind the arc, young athletes can also learn how to navigate the college recruitment process as a top-ranked recruit from him. Dread was named the 2018 Gatorade Player of the Year for Washington D.C, an area historically rich with basketball talent.
Joining Dread on the Obsesh platform from Limitless will be Ta’Quan Roberson, a quarterback who recently transferred to UCONN, brings immense knowledge about his position that young athletes will find valuable. In addition to being a resource for those wanting to learn the intricacies of being a collegiate dual-threat quarterback, emerging athletes can learn leadership skills from Roberson, which is one of his best-known qualities.
“Obsesh is hands down the simplest way for athletes to have the technology, easy payment system, and marketing support to run a virtual coaching business from their mobile device, even while in season. We love what Brad and the team at Limitless are doing to create opportunities for athletes and are proud to call them a partner as we look to work together to help athletes create meaningful, ongoing relationships with fans. When we do that, everyone wins.
— Jonalyn Morris, Obsesh CoFounder and Chief Development Officer