Marc Wiggins

Left school in 10th grade to work as a roadie with Bay Area bands including Journey, Santana, and Night Ranger.

Decided to go college in 1985 after a discussion with Journey guitarist Neal Schon.

Essentially went from completing 9th grade straight to CSU Sacramento.

In 1987 while in college, I became a Pro Wrestler, which was a LOT of fun, but a Cornea Transplant in 1990 ended that.

In 2005, I had an essay published in the autobiography of Hall of fame Wrestler Dusty Rhodes, Memories of An American Dream.

After completing law school and being admitted to the Bar, a judge suggested that I become an agent. I did the research and at the time the NFL was the only one that required a test for certification. So I gave them a call and set it up.

So in the population of “dropouts who go from 9th grade to being a roadie then directly to college, spending time in the wrestling ring, becoming a California attorney, then becoming an NFL certified contract advisor and member of the United States Supreme Court Bar Association and Grammy member,” as of now only has one person: Me.

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