Former Ohio State Buckeye Lacrosse Player, Justin Inacio joins Buckeye Focused to take on the growth and future of lacrosse, expectations in youth sports, training athletes, growing a brand as a student-athlete, the struggles of a collegiate athlete, and of course the football team that calls The Shoe home.
Justin Inacio was a 5-year starter, a 3-time all-American, and the holder of multiple records on the Ohio State men’s lacrosse team. Justin is currently playing professional lacrosse for the Premier Lacrosse League (PLL) and National Lacrosse League (NLL). He was also the founder of REPS, an app that connected lacrosse coaches with youth athletes for private and group lessons. REPS was acquired by Talent Share. Talent Share is a company founded by Marc Fleming with Justin now as a part-owner. Talent Share gives the opportunity to collegiate athletes to have a source of income while in college.
*note* | We apologize for the sound quality of this episode. While we would rather provide you with amazing sound quality, we didn’t want this episode not to hit the airwaves, as it is an important conversation on many topics related to youth sports, athlete mental health, and entrepreneurship. While the sound may not be ideal, the content we believe is useful.
Connect with Justin Inacio: Instagram | LinkedIn
Learn more about Talent Share: website | Instagram
Learn more about Lacrosse: PLL | NLL | Front Office Sports & ESPN on the future of lacrosse
Hosts of Buckeye Focused: Ohio State Buckeye, Nate Oliver (IG), Eric Kasimov (Twitter)
Nate played for the Buckeyes mostly under Coach Jim Tressel between 2007-2011. Nate is the co-host of Buckeye Focused and brings years of football experience, stories, and a passion for football.
Eric is the founder of KazSource, Inc, a dynamic company managing a portfolio of brands and projects in the areas of content, podcasting, production, sports, mental health, insurance, and ventures.
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