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Vincent had above average grades coming out of high school, enough that with his basketball talents he was able to secure a scholarship at [[Connecticut Canid University]] where he studied marketing. Unfortunately, in college his big frame became a problem and he was unable to continue with the team after his first year. Losing his scholarship, the young Vincent worried about the debt he collected paying off his education with federal loans. After graduation, he took a job in sports marketing helping with endorsement deals for pro athletes.
 
Vincent had above average grades coming out of high school, enough that with his basketball talents he was able to secure a scholarship at [[Connecticut Canid University]] where he studied marketing. Unfortunately, in college his big frame became a problem and he was unable to continue with the team after his first year. Losing his scholarship, the young Vincent worried about the debt he collected paying off his education with federal loans. After graduation, he took a job in sports marketing helping with endorsement deals for pro athletes.
  
There he met lawyers working as agents for FBA athletes, a job that looked good to the young fox, particularly in helping to pay off his education bills. He began looking for law schools that would accept him, but with his moderate grades and humble LSAT score, he couldn't get the scholarship offers he needed. That was until, on a lark, he applied to [[Lapine State University]]'s law school despite the university's long tradition for educating rabbits and hares. As it turned out, the dean of the law school was desperate to diversify the student body and offered Vincent a full ride scholarship to study there. He accepted immediately.
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There he met lawyers working as agents for FBA athletes, a job that looked good to the young fox, particularly in helping to pay off his education bills. He began looking for law schools that would accept him, but with his moderate grades and humble L-BAT score, he couldn't get the scholarship offers he needed. That was until, on a lark, he applied to [[Lapine State University]]'s law school despite the university's long tradition for educating rabbits and hares. As it turned out, the dean of the law school was desperate to diversify the student body and offered Vincent a full ride scholarship to study there. He accepted immediately.
  
 
In law school, Vincent met [[Luke Hopper]], nephew of FBA superstar [[Buck Hopper]]. The two soon were best friends. Interning together for two summers at the Reynalt & Affenpinscher sports agency, the two learned the inner workings of the FBA during their legal studies. By graduation, they were ready to start their own agency and did in the summer of 2019.
 
In law school, Vincent met [[Luke Hopper]], nephew of FBA superstar [[Buck Hopper]]. The two soon were best friends. Interning together for two summers at the Reynalt & Affenpinscher sports agency, the two learned the inner workings of the FBA during their legal studies. By graduation, they were ready to start their own agency and did in the summer of 2019.

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Profile
Full Name Vincent Vos
Species Fox
Age 28
Nationality American
Agency HoVo Management
Residence Los Angeles, CA, USA
Playing Career
Career Span 2019-
Teams None
Championships None
Contact Info
Twitter @HoVoManagement
Creator Buck Hopper

Vincent Vos is a sports agent and co-founder of the FBA-exclusive sports agency HoVo Management along with business partner Luke Hopper. They opened their business in 2019 and are actively seeking to sign new talent to their fledgling sports agency.

Biography

Vincent Vos was born in Maryland to the same family as his cousin FBA star Victor Vos. Like all the members of his family, Vincent was unusually large for a fox and used his physical build for sports early in life. A stereotypical jock, his broad shoulders and heavy frame should have been used in American football, but inspired by his FBA star cousin, the young Vincent pushed himself to play basketball. While he didn't dazzle at the sport, his natural athletic gifts served him well and the burly fox became a strong member of his high school team.

Vincent had above average grades coming out of high school, enough that with his basketball talents he was able to secure a scholarship at Connecticut Canid University where he studied marketing. Unfortunately, in college his big frame became a problem and he was unable to continue with the team after his first year. Losing his scholarship, the young Vincent worried about the debt he collected paying off his education with federal loans. After graduation, he took a job in sports marketing helping with endorsement deals for pro athletes.

There he met lawyers working as agents for FBA athletes, a job that looked good to the young fox, particularly in helping to pay off his education bills. He began looking for law schools that would accept him, but with his moderate grades and humble L-BAT score, he couldn't get the scholarship offers he needed. That was until, on a lark, he applied to Lapine State University's law school despite the university's long tradition for educating rabbits and hares. As it turned out, the dean of the law school was desperate to diversify the student body and offered Vincent a full ride scholarship to study there. He accepted immediately.

In law school, Vincent met Luke Hopper, nephew of FBA superstar Buck Hopper. The two soon were best friends. Interning together for two summers at the Reynalt & Affenpinscher sports agency, the two learned the inner workings of the FBA during their legal studies. By graduation, they were ready to start their own agency and did in the summer of 2019.

Personality

Vincent has a big personality to go along with his big frame. A jock through-and-through, he is a hardcore gym rat. Constantly interested in image, the big fox is a natural marketer. He focuses mostly on endorsement deals and promotions, less interested in athletic contracts and more in getting his clients in big nationwide commercials.

Vincent is a huge fan of the 2015 FBA Finals and the 2015 Santa Ana Spectrums. Naturally, this is mostly because of his cousin Victor Vos.

Vincent's favorite food is BBQ chicken pizza.

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