Mayfield Sports Marketing is a leading Wisconsin Sports Marketing Agency and Speaker Bureau that has helped many Wisconsin and Midwest companies. Specializing in assisting large and small businesses with booking athlete appearances and sports speakers for corporate events. Select from sports figures from the Green Bay Packers, Milwaukee Bucks, Milwaukee Brewers, Wisconsin Badgers, Chicago Bears and Olympians.
Clients can easily search our network of athletes available based on appearance fees, team, location or sport. We have extensive access to many of Wisconsin athletes. Athletes are available for corporate appearances, keynote speeches and product endorsement to name a few examples. Most of all, we work within your budget to make your next event a big hit for your audience.
Our success is due to the relationships we maintain with our athlete clients, agents, talent managers and public relations companies. Finally, our mission is to find the perfect athlete for you, your customers, employees and clients.
Recent athletes bookings: Ty Montgomery, Randall Cobb, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Davante Adams, Mike Daniels, Jerry Kramer, Gilbert Brown and more. Visit our clients page for a more extensive list by clicking below.
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Eddie Lacy is a star running back for the Green Bay Packers, who he was drafted by in the second round of the 2013 NFL Draft. Before becoming a Packer, Lacy played college football for the Alabama Crimson Tide. He grew up in Louisiana where him and his family overcame the cruel effects from Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Lacy was the 2013 AP NFL Offensive Rookie of the year and also made his first Pro Bowl debut in that same year.
Mike Daniels is a defensive end for the Green Bay Packers. Daniels was drafted by the green and gold in the fourth round of the 2012 draft. He scored his first touchdown that year, when he recovered a fumble by Detroit’s Matthew Stafford and has been a stand out player ever sense. Daniels played college ball for the University of Iowa and grew up in Stratford, New Jersey. In high school, Daniels was also a three-year letterman in wrestling and state qualifier in discus.
Randall Cobb is a star wide receiver/return specialist for the Green Bay Packers. He played college football for the University of Kentucky. In 2011 Cobb was drafted by the Packers during the second round of the NFL Draft. Cobb grew up in Alcoa, Tennessee and in high school was a letterman in football, track and basketball. During his high school football days, Cobb was a part of four consecutive state championship-winning teams, and served as the quarterback his junior and senior year. During the offseason Cobb started “Blessings in a Backpack”, a program that provides children who are on free or reduced lunch plan a backpack full of food for the weekends. The program provides children at Eisenhower Elementary School in Green Bay, as well as Alcoa Elementary in his hometown.
Jared Abbrederis is a wide receiver for the Green Bay Packers, and has been a true Wisconsinite his whole life. Abbrederis grew up in Wautoma, Wisconsin where he was his high school football team’s quarterback, and also competed in track and wrestling. As a senior, he was named the Gatorade track athlete of the year. In 2009 Abbrederis joined the University of Wisconsin Badger’s football team as a walk-on, and in 2014 he was drafted by the Packers. Unfortunately, he was on injured reserve his entire rookie year from a season-ending knee injury but came back strong during the 2015 season and is definitely an up and coming player to keep an eye out for!
Ha Ha Clinton-Dix
Ha Ha Clinton-Dix is a safety for the Green Bay Packers. He was drafted in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft. Before becoming a Packer, Clinton-Dix played football for the University of Alabama and was one of only seven true freshmen that had playing time in 2011. Ha Ha grew up in Orlando, Florida. His nickname “Ha Ha” came when he was an infant from his grandmother and has stuck ever since. So far in his professional career, Clinton-Dix has 204 tackles, four sacks and three interceptions.
Davante Adams is a wide receiver for the Green Bay Packers. He was drafted in the second round of the 2014 NFL Draft to the Pack. Adams grew up in East Palo Alto, California where he was a star football and basketball player in high school (which probably explains his impressive dunking skills). He attended Fresno State University and during his sophomore year in 2013, led the nation with 131 receptions and 24 touchdowns. In Adams’ 2014 rookie year with the packers, he played in all 16 games, starting in 11.
Richard Rodgers is a tight end for the Green Bay Packers. Probably most famous for his “Miracle in Motown” reception from a Hail Mary pass thrown by Aaron Rodgers. “Rodgers to Rodgers!” just sounds so right. Rodgers went to high school in Shrewsbury, Massachusettes and was a stand out football player both offensively and defensively. He also lettered all four years in basketball. He attended Cal where he played tight end before moving to inside receiver. He was drafted by the Packers in 2014. Rodgers currently holds the record for longest reception by a rookie tight end in Packers’ team history with his 43-yard grab against the Bears.
Brett Hundley is a quarterback for the Green Bay Packers. Hundley grew up in Chandler, Arizona and attended UCLA. He was named the starting quarterback for UCLA in 2012. His first play as a starter for the team was a 72-yard run for a touchdown. Hundley was drafted by the Green Bay Packers in the 2015 NFL Draft, and was the first UCLA quarterback to be selected in the draft since 1999. During his first season with the Packers’, Hundley had a killer pre-season and was one of the top preforming quarterbacks in the league.
Giannis Antetokounmpo is a small forward for the Milwaukee Bucks. Giannis grew up in Seplia, Athens, Greece where he started his professional basketball career in Greece’s 2nd-tier basketball league. In April 2013, Giannis entered his name into the 2013 NBA Draft and was selected in the first round, 15th overall, by the Bucks. Giannis has been a key player for the Bucks ever since. He recorded his first career triple-double this season with 27 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists in a 108-101 win over the Lakers. Giannis is the youngest Buck to record a triple-double at only 21 years old. He now was a total four triple-doubles and has become the first Bucks’ player ever with four triple-doubles in one season.
Ty Montgomery is from Dallas, Texas. Earned his degree in political science at Stanford.WR selected by Green Bay in the third round of the 2015 NFL Draft. Enjoys cooking, golfing, spending time with friends and family.
Jake Ryan is from Fairview, Ohio. Attended St. Ignatius High School in Cleveland, Ohio, where he was a part of a state championship team as a junior. Played linebacker and fullback. Selected by Green Bay in the fourth round of the 2015 NFL Draft with the No. 129 overall selection. Was the 27th player the Packers have drafted from the University of Michigan. Community involvement: Helped build a playground at Shippy Park in Pulaski, WI as part of the NFL/United Way Hometown Huddle…Participated in autograph signings to benefit The Salvation Army. Visited Mott’s Children’s Hospital and the U.S. Veterans Medical Center in Ann Arbor while in college.
Jeff Janis is a native of Tawas City, Michigan and attended Tawas Area High School. He was a member of both the football and basketball teams, and was an all-conference wide receiver who also played as a running back.Janis attended Saginaw Valley State University from 2009 to 2013, and played for the Cardinals. He earned himself first-team All-GLIAC honors, and was an first-team AFCA Div. II All-American. For his career, Janis finished second in the history of the GLIAC with 4,305 receiving yards.Janis was invited to play in the 2014 Senior Bowl.Janis was drafted by the Green Bay Packers in the seventh round (236th overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft. Early role on the team was more on the special teams rather than taking snaps at wide receiver. He had a breakout game, however, in the NFC divisional playoff game on January 16, 2016, against the Arizona Cardinals. Janis caught 7 passes for 145 yards and 2 touchdowns, including a 41-yard Hail Mary pass from Aaron Rodgers on the final play of regulation to bring the game into overtime. The Packers, however, lost 26-20.