Hedge Funds to Hash Marks: How Harvard Man Cameron Brate Is Schooling the NFL

December 5, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

When someone attends Harvard, or any Ivy League school, their future is supposed to be set.
Harvard graduates become masters of industry, pillars of academia or even the president of the United States.
Despite earning an economics degree from Harvard, Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Cameron Brate didn't have his future laid out before him like some grand plan. Instead, he pursued an NFL career. While the earlier portions of his current endeavor fluctuated like the stock market, this Harvard man is now making an impression both on and off the field.
In a league full of wealthy men, some even come to Brate for his expertise.
"It's been pretty funny," Brate said. "A couple of the guys—Louis Murphy and Austin [Seferian-Jenkins]—love to come up to me and ask, 'What's going on with the market? Is the Fed going to raise rates?' Things like that. Honestly, I don't have too much to keep up with it to give out too much advice. During the offseason, I try ...

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