Going to college doesn’t necessarily make you a smart person. Take this NFL agent for example, who in the midst of trying to impress folks on social media, has caused an investigation of a couple of Texas Longhorn football players.
According to the Statesman, Justin Bingman, who represents former Texas lineman Mason Walters, sent out tweets on several different occasions bragging about having dinner with defensive end Cedric Reed, defensive tackle Desmond Jackson, linebackers Steve Edmond and Jordan Hicks.
“Just had a great dinner with @Ced_Reed88 He and his dad are great guys!” Bingman tweeted on March 22.
“Had dinner with @TexasBoy99tank and his Dad last night. They are both great guys and looking forward to the next time,” he tweeted about Jackson on March 23.
“Had dinner with @SteveBigMoney33 last night, MLB for Texas. We all had a great time with many stories. #Longhorns”
Bingman’s next tweet read: “Just had dinner with a great young man that is going to do great this year for Texas @JHicks_3 #Longhorns #LonghornsNation”
All four players are seniors who could have their eligibility compromised by Bingman’s selfish act. According to documents, two of those players had their meals paid for by the agent.
Players have been allowed to make restitution for small amounts in the past.
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