Men's Basketball

Clayton Custer Signs with Agent, Could Go Pro

Nick Schultz | The PhoenixLoyola redshirt senior guard Clayton Custer celebrates with fans after a victory over Grambling State Nov. 16.

Former Loyola guard Clayton Custer signed with Jason Glushon, president and founder of Glushon Sports Management, according to a tweet from Glushon May 1.

Glushon is a full service sports agency. It “represent[s] the best athletes in the world, all of whom are good athletes but better people,” according to its mission statement.

The two most recognizable names the firm represents are Boston Celtics forward Al Horford and New Orleans Pelicans guard Jrue Holiday. Glushon helped both players sign contracts worth more than $100 million.

Glushon also represents Dedric Lawson as he attempts to make the jump into professional basketball after playing at Kansas University last season.

“I’m very excited to work with Jason Glushon,” Custer said in a statement to The Phoenix. “I’ve built a strong relationship with him and his team, and believe he will work hard to place me in situations where I can succeed. I’m looking forward to starting my professional career.”

Custer has been an integral part to the Loyola men’s basketball roster the past three years, helping the team with back-to-back Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) regular season Championships in 2018 and 2019, as well as a run to the Final Four last year. He was named the 2018 MVC Player of the Year and won the 2019 State Farm Men’s 3-Point Championship at this year’s Final Four.

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