On behalf of Prestige Management Group I couldn’t be more excited to announce the signing of Divine Bourrage. Divine is the #9 ranked overall prospect according to ESPN’s 2025 board.
She’s also the #1 overall ranked player in the state of Iowa. Divine is a 6’0 PG with excellent vision, flair, scoring, wiggle, and leadership.
Divine reminds me a lot of USC’s JuJu Watkins with her size, impact, and magnetism. Her excellent work ethic and dedication is the reason her future looks bright! Welcome aboard kid.
Rashad’s statement, “ Perk brings a wealth of knowledge, partnerships, and experience to PMG. His passion for young athletes gives us a behind the curtain advantage in helping navigate these young adults on their journeys.
Helping guide the founders will be an advisory council chaired by 14-year NBA veteran and ESPN broadcast analyst Kendrick Perkins. Perkins, who features on ESPN programming that includes NBA Today, Get Up, First Take, and SportsCenter, will ensure the venture takes an athlete-first perspective in executing its mission.
“Most families only deal with these things once,” said Kendrick Perkins. “With so much changing in our industry so quickly, creating access to resources for those families to make the right decisions is something that will have a major positive impact in sport. I’m excited to work with PMG to help fill that gap.”
On behalf of Prestige Management Group I’m proud to announce the hiring of Romy Glazer as our (CMO).
Romy brings a wealth of innovation and knowledge to our team. Her expertise has lead to millions of dollars generated in revenue for multiple companies. Her excellent people skills, foreword thinking and relationships gives our company strong progressive stability. She is a marketer and creative who has worked in a variety of roles across software, fashion, and advertising. Most recently, Romy lead powerful marketing efforts for VNN and rSchoolToday, a management platform for high school athletics which culminated in the sale of the business to PlayOn Sports in April 2023. Formerly, Romy managed international marketing for the Cat Footwear brand across seven territories, and was a key member of the brand’s global creative team. Additionally, she has supported Luxury Brand Partners, BBDO, and Highland Group of Grand Rapids, MI. Romy was born in Detroit and currently resides in Brooklyn, New York.
Welcome aboard Romy.
Over the last decade Rashad has amassed a wealth of powerful relationships in the basketball world stretching from grassroots, college, international, and NBA. With his keen knowledge of the game and accurate foresight for prospects Rashad has built Prestige Management Group. A company based on providing consultation, brand building, marketing, and finding suitable agencies for his clients. Rashad states, “In this new climate of NIL and social media, I believe young athletes now need to have the proper representation when making career choices. What my company does is filter and foster relationships on behalf of our clients so they’ll be able to focus on the goals at hand and remain great student athletes in the process.”
Prestige Management is not an agency, they’re a group that will work hand in hand with agencies when a client of theirs joins. Rashad states, “We want to create a bridge for agencies to be able to walk across, helping young athletes find the right fit and fostering that relationship.”
Prestige Management is one of the first of its kind, and a much needed resource. PMG’s clients range from HS to professional. It’s a perfect match for a guy like Rashad who has a history of helping and navigating the sports world. Rashad’s vision is to grow Prestige into a hub that caters not only to basketball players but also football, baseball, and soccer. PMG looks to be off to a great start with Rashad and his team breaking new ground.
Webber Publishing Group is thrilled to announce the signing of Rashad Phillips. Rashad’s upcoming book titled “Basketball Position Metric: The Evolution is Being Televised” is a comprehensive observation of the game of basketball including new terminology, updated positions, and personal stories of NBA greats.
“Basketball was centered on five positions: PG, SG, SF, PF, C- and players were being stuffed into those five boxes. If you didn’t fit in one of those five boxes, chances were you would struggle to fit into a team.” - Rashad Phillips
A profound foreword by two-time NBA champion Isiah Thomas begins the book by praising Rashad’s ideology and adopting his new positional names to the game of basketball. With players like Steph Curry, Tiny Archibald, Ja Morant, Lebron James, Chris Webber, and Kevin Garnett, the author Rashad Phillips intentionally places the proper position names for past and current players. The position metric serves as a guide to help the basketball community navigate the current and future climate of the game from scouting, coaching, drafting, recruiting, and identifying players.
Basketball Position Metric is the initial offering from Webber Publishing, founded by NBA Hall-of-Famer and fellow Detroit hoops legend, Chris Webber. Webber Publishing was founded on the principles of championing powerful black stories, authors, and moments in sports, entertainment, music, and more. Webber Publishing and Rashad Phillips are actively planning March Madness-centered events that will give readers an exclusive insight into the purpose, impact, and education delivered through the book partnership.
Webber's signing of Rashad Phillips
“We are proud to present the Basketball Position Metric as our first offering at Webber Publishing. “I have known Rashad since he was a young 10-year-old kid lighting it up with my brother David in the backcourt for their A.A.U. team, The Road Runners. Rashad’s style, basketball acumen, and unique skill set were a direct result of growing up a coach’s son. He has studied ‘the science’ from a young age, watching countless hours of film and filling out evaluation reports with his dad on his favorite players and teams.
I watched him grow into a great player, one of the finest in Michigan history. Rashad would go on to have a record-breaking professional career internationally, but because he was “misdiagnosed” we never got to see him compete in the league he loved.
In his book the Basketball Position Metric, Rashad tells his remarkable story of setting the record straight for himself and others who have been victims of this malpractice by redefining Player Titles, Skill Sets, and Positions within the game we love.” - Chris Webber
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Rashad Phillips entered the University of Detroit in 1997 as a local superstar. After his 4-year tenure, Rashad had rewritten the record books in the Horizon League and Detroit by becoming the school's all-time leading scorer (2,319pts), three-pointers (348), and wins (93). Rashad would help lead the Titans to two NCAA tournament wins, an NIT Final Four appearance, and multiple conference championships. Rashad would win the prestigious Frances Pomeroy Naismith award as the top collegiate player under 6 feet. With his rare ability to utilize the three-point shot, Rashad was an outlier in the early 2000 era for college players.
After Rashad’s 8-year professional career overseas he started (Skills Unlimited) a training academy program that grew to over 300 plus students. Rashad and his staff would train and evaluate some of the best players from the state of Michigan while sending some off to play college basketball. By 2016 Rashad would start his own media college/NBA prospect evaluation platform and that’s where he would forecast the future of players like Trae Young and Ja Morant from HS to college, and to the pros. Rashad’s keen eye for the game and his knowledge has helped him become one of the most respected voices in the game.