Phil Terrano has been a draft adviser and sports agent since 2011, and has developed a tremendous reputation throughout the industry for his energy, innovation, commitment to clients, and determination to deliver success for those he represents. Phil also takes great pride in the family culture that has been created at Primetime Sports Group, and he places great value on the relationships he forges with each of his clients.

Phil is passionate about those he represents, as well as the sports they play. A baseball “lifer,” Phil has been around the game since early childhood — playing for several years before transitioning into coaching and, ultimately, the agency industry.

Phil understands the time, effort and energy that is required of his clients to excel at the professional level, and he assures maximum support throughout the process. Phil has an unmatched work ethic and is resolute in his preparation and tireless dedication to each of his clients.

Born in Queens, New York, Phil currently resides in Palm Beach County, Florida with his wife and two sons.

Denny Almonte was a second round pick (75th overall) by the Seattle Mariners in the 2007 Major League Baseball Draft. After a 9-year professional baseball career, Denny became an MLBPA Certified Agent and is now committed to helping other athletes pursue and achieve their dreams.

The Miami native is a Florida Christian High School alum and is the older brother of Colorado Rockies pitcher Yency Almonte.

Denny has experienced the business of professional sports from both sides of the table, making him an invaluable resource for Primetime Sports Group and the agency’s clients.

Ryan Hendrickson is a local graduate from Fort Pierce Central High School in 2006 where he lettered in basketball, baseball, and graduated with honors. Ryan started his College career attending Palm Beach Community College under the respectable coaching staff of Alex Morales and Kyle Forbes. Hendrickson also earned honors in the classroom as a member of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. Following his sophomore year Ryan attended Carson-Newman College with Tom Griffin and Matt Ward. Hendrickson played in the Frontier League for the Traverse City Beach Bums in the summer of 2010 wrapping up his career as a player. He and his wife Meagan, reside in Port Saint Lucie where they raise their loving son and daughter.