Drew Rosenhaus Breaks Flaming Bricks on 60 Minutes (Video) | Robert Littal Presents BlackSportsOnline

Video: Drew Rosenhaus Breaks Flaming Bricks, Bruce Lee Style on 60 Minutes

by Robert Littal | Posted on Monday, October 10th, 2011
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I don’t think there were many young  males in the late 80′s early 90′s that weren’t fans of the Miami Hurricanes affectionately known as THE U.

If you were a fan of The U, then you knew who Drew Rosenhaus was.  It is hard not to know Drew Rosenhaus because he makes sure you are always aware of his presence.

He has been in the agent game for a long time.  Hated by many (mostly rival agents), but he gets the job done for his clients in his own unique way.

He had a segment on 60 Minutes that you will feel exhausted just watching him.  To say that he has a “high motor” to use a NFL term would be an understatement.  Granted there are many agents that work as hard, but they don’t look like they are having as much fun doing it as Drew.

My favorite part of the segment is Drew breaking the Flaming Bricks like he is the Karate Kid or Dragonfly Jones from “Martin”.

 

You can watch the entire segment here, trust me you won’t be disappointed.

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  1. Rose Presley says:

    Need to get in touch with Drew Rosenhaus to ask him if he has ever thought of being a mentor? I need him to be a mentor for my 17 yr old grandson because his father is deceased, and because he’s a special person, who could really use a mentor like you. Please say yes.

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