Episode 1

June 30, 2017 9 Comments

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Len  Palmer
Len Palmer

July 20, 2017

You’re a good man Bobby and extremely proud of you! Continue to grind and here’s wishing you continued success with all that you do!

Diana
Diana

July 15, 2017

I’m so proud of you Robert. Continue the work for the youth. This is only the bringing of your journey.

Eric Billingslea
Eric Billingslea

July 05, 2017

Good stuff. Looking forward to the next one

Otis Morrison
Otis Morrison

July 04, 2017

Good Info and perspectives from the first hand experience. A lot of athletes today can benefit from this. Great job!

Lars Minns
Lars Minns

July 03, 2017

Great job on the first Rob. Look forward to the growth and certainly the second podcast.

Malcom Mackey
Malcom Mackey

July 02, 2017

Nice homie

Tim Ewing
Tim Ewing

July 02, 2017

Great inspiration Bobby! It’s great to listen to the different experiences of everyone since GT

Marco Coleman
Marco Coleman

July 01, 2017

A true privilege to take part in the first episode of podcast with Rodriguez.
Keep up the great work brother.

John Wiggins
John Wiggins

July 01, 2017

The Podcast is great! Everybody who has played college sports or professional sports need to share their story. I appreciate what you are doing. Keep it going.

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