Jeremy Harrell is a sports and technology entrepreneur based in Nashville, TN. Prior to launching his first start-up in 2012, Harrell played DI baseball at Indiana State and JUCO baseball at Arizona Western where he contributed to the Matadors’ third place finish in the 1996 JUCO World Series in Grand Junction. Harrell spent eight years as a Sworn Law Enforcement Officer prior to transitioning to the private sector where he managed a $100M international distribution channel for a Fortune 1000 company. In 2012, Harrell invented and commercialized a body armor ventilation and padding system that today is utilized by thousands of law enforcement and military personnel globally. In 2018 he made the decision to move on from his first company to pursue opportunities within sports technology. Harrell has been married to his amazing wife April for 20 years and they have a son (Braden, 19), two daughters (Kaya, 17 and Brynn, 10) and a soft coated wheaten terrier named Chewy.