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Sports Executive, Entrepreneur, and former NFL Player
UNC Class of:
2003, 2011 (MBA)
Jeb is an entrepreneur and sports executive with experience across the entire industry as a professional athlete, tech entrepreneur, and digital media executive. Prior to starting his business career, Jeb spent 5 years in the NFL playing offensive line for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and San Francisco 49ers. After the NFL, he co-founded StraightCast Media with teammate and business partner Ryan Nece. Jeb then joined FOX Sports after selling the sports focused mobile video platform to the network in 2015. At FOX, Jeb worked with league partners on multi screen and digital activations around FOX’s biggest events like the NFL Super Bowl, World Series, and FIFA World Cup, ran the FOX Sports PROcast team, and also worked with FOX Sports Labs exploring new technologies and their use across every screen: TV, Digital, and Social, with a focus on immersive media. In 2018, Jeb left FOX and co-founded Unblockable to bring blockchain technology to the sports world and give fans a new way to show their fandom. Jeb is originally from Texas, but now lives in Los Angeles with his wife and three children. He is a rabid UNC Tarheels fan, earning both his BSBA and MBA from UNC’s Kenan Flagler business school; and is always looking for new ways to bridge the gaps between the sports, tech, and media worlds.
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