"I’m proud to work with Anomaly because it remains crystal clear that in order for today’s athletes, at both the professional and collegiate levels, to maximize the opportunities afforded them, they need consistent professional development and life skills training.”
 
Clark Kellogg, Anomaly Sports Group Advisory Board Member
Lead College Basketball Analyst, CBS Sports and Past Indiana Pacers VP for Player Relations
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“Anomaly’s presentation to our NBA G League rookies on having a systematic approach for off the court decisions, was one of the program's most impactful workshops. Players and staff alike really felt Anomaly knocked it out of the park.”
 
Erjaam Hayes, NBA G League
Player Development Program Director
“Anomaly created two tremendous days of impact for our players! Luke Fedlam is on the forefront of athlete empowerment.”
 
David Tyree, Former New York Football Giants
Director of Player Engagement
“Anomaly’s workshop set the tone for our 2019 Elite Men’s Basketball Symposium and reinforced that sound decision-making is the foundation of success. Their messaging is what we annually hope to instill with the participants and the relate-ability of their session and the value to the student-athletes current and future needs was right on target.” 
 
Jeremy McCool, NCAA Director of Enforcement (Basketball Development)
“The Anomaly Sports Group enhanced our Elite Student-Athlete Symposium for Men’s Basketball with resonant material and thoughtful attendee engagement. The energy Mr. Fedlam brought to open the event and his ability to connect with the attending athletes and administrators was truly impactful for the group and established an environment of vulnerability and intentionality. Participants continued espousing their takeaways from Anomaly’s session throughout the remainder of the program. These athletes walked away prepared to implement a tangible decision-making process in their daily lives on campus, an absolute necessity for these gentlemen aiming to attain the highest level of success on and off the court.” 
 
Deidre Merritt, NCAA Director of Leadership Development

“I’ve had the opportunity to work with Anomaly Sports Group in multiple capacities. On all occasions it has been a great experience. Their expertise when presenting technical education is top-notch and practical, really meeting today’s athlete where they are. When working with administrators, that practicality remains when it comes to areas of life that apply to everyone such as: interviewing, networking and public speaking. Anomaly excels in collaboration, working closely with you on the curriculum, looking and listening for innovative ways to be impactful and should be considered a rising star in this space.” 

Marissa Robinson, NCAA Assistant Director for Leadership Development and John McLendon Foundation Board Member

“As a non-agent, sports attorney, Luke Fedlam’s distinct profile makes him an incredible resource for the University of Texas’ Black Student-Athlete Summit. He has presented three times in the five-year history of BSA on the financial challenges athletes face, having a decision-making process for the off the field opportunities and the emerging name, image and likeness landscape. Luke’s work with Porter Wright and Anomaly, along with his dynamic presentation style strongly resonates with all three levels - administrator, coach and student-athlete – of our attendees alike.”

Dr. Leonard Moore, University of Texas Vice President for Diversity and Community Engagement and Professor

“Anomaly’s engagement with the GLIAC’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee retreat was well-received by our SAAC representatives and administrators. Luke Fedlam’s energy and ability to connect with student-athletes was evident in their engagement levels and questions. His working experience with athlete-clients as a non-agent, sports attorney brings a unique perspective to the areas of education provided in having a personal decision-making process off the field, financial management and career planning.”

Danielle Harris, Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Commissioner and Former
Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletics Conference Associate Commissioner

“Anomaly Sports Group was an incredible professional development resource for the John McLendon Foundation. The McLendon Summit was our professional development program for 2019 McLendon Scholarship recipients as they began their journeys into college athletics administration. Anomaly received extremely positive and heartfelt feedback from our Scholars regarding the facilitation and presentation of each workshop. In addition, they were great to work with in all the planning and execution of what was supposed to be a one-and-a-half day program at the 2020 NACDA Convention, but instead became a virtual, seven-week program.”

Adrien Harraway, John McLendon Foundation Director & NACDA Vice President