American basketball player and entrepreneur Arthur Agee has an estimated net worth of $250 thousand. Born in Chicago, Illinois in October 1972. He is the first son of “Bo” Agee Sr. and Sheila Agee and was discovered by talent scout Earl Smith who persuaded his family to have him enrolled in St. Joseph’s High School. Agee then moved to John Marshall High School after his parents could not afford to pay the tuition. There, he was instrumental in helping the team win the Public League Championship in 1991. After graduating from high school, he attended Mineral Area College and then played at Arkansas State University on a scholarship. Agee never traded in the National Basketball Association and passed up opportunity to sign a contract to play in the CBA. Later, he was featured in the movie Passing Glory and began his Hoop Dreams clothing line in 1994. In addition, he founded the Arthur Agee Role Model Foundation with an attempt to “help underprivileged kids to understand that their role models are not professional athletes, but their parents”.