As they identify new talents, sports agents are legal representatives of professional sports figures like athletes, managers, and coaches. They also procure and negotiate employment contracts for the personalities they represent. They also cover a wide range of relationship with them as they serve as the link between the player and the team they play for. They also have a great influence on the player's decision regarding where to play and how they manage their finances. They even have a say about how these athletes should maintain their image because it has a big impact on their performance, and most especially, on how they will make money. Although their presence is very important, sports agents don't the same level of attention as their athletes. Also, only get paid (which is a small percentage of the figure) when the athlete gets paid and the amount they make varies with the athletes they sign. Sometimes, the value they make is negligible for the average player. Among the richest sports agents, Scott Boras is considered as the most powerful of them all. Working in the Major League Baseball (MLB), he has made an astonishing $2.2 billion in negotiations player contracts in the league's lucrative salary cap-free system while he netted more than $117 million in commissions. Tom Condon, Drew Rosenhaus and Arn Tellen are also some of the names that made fortune as sports agents. See how the wealthiest sports agents worked their way to getting the best players and lucrative contracts to pocket bigger amount. Get to know more about them from the list below.