DeVentri Jordan started his love affair with football in his youth in the Minneapolis Park Board System moving onto Varsity Football at North Community High School, and then going onto College where he was a four year starter at St. Cloud State University in St. Cloud, MN. Upon receiving his degree in Human Development and Family Studies he continued his career in football by playing in the Minor League System, and was able to help his team(s) win two National Championships. His professional career developed in the mortgage/lending industry where he worked his way up through the ranks to eventually owning a brokerage firm which employed over 80 Minnesotans.
Through networking, and developing contacts in the mortgage/lending industry he met several influential business professional one being Jack Brewer. DeVentri made a drastic career change which combined his two passions (business & sports) becoming the CMO of Brewer Sports International. It was a match made in heaven, and DeVentri continues to move forward in his career by accepting a position with BiteTech in Minneapolis, MN where he assisted in the launch of the UA Sports Performance Mouth Wear. He was responsible for providing the BiteTech product to all NFL and NBA teams throughout the country. After his stint with BiteTech DeVentri decided to take his career in a slightly different direction while still staying true to his roots combining business & sports by helping to launch Chamber Training Facility & Athletes Edge which specialized in NFL Combine Training.
Bringing more than 10 years of NFL/Combine experience DeVentri has built up quite a resume, and developed an extensive network in business & sports. Providing his services to API, IMG Academy, Edge Sports; Also along the way he was able to establish and assist a wide range of Professional Athletes (Adrian Peterson, Bobby Wade, Sidney Rice, and Marion Barber) just to name a few in negotiating endorsement & marketing deals with Morrie’s Cadillac, Oxygen Plus, Protégé Shoes, Under Armor, and Cutter Gloves etc.