Jets quarterback Geno Smith could end up having Jay-Z help navigate the concrete jungle where dreams are made of.

Per a source with knowledge of the situation, Smith has wrapped up two days of meetings with potential successors to Select Sports Group, the agency Smith hired after completing his college career at West Virginia. Making presentations were Joel Segal, Rick Smith of Priority Sports, Eugene Parker, Fletcher Smith, and Jay-Z’s Roc Nation agency.

CAA, which has been working with Roc Nation, wasn’t involved in the process. Roc Nation’s presentation came from a certified NFLPA agent who works for the agency Jay-Z owns.

This development surely will cause rival agents to wonder whether and to what extent Jay-Z was or will be personally involved in the recruitment. Since Jay-Z is not a certified NFLPA agent, the rules prevent him from trying to persuade NFL players to hire any specific NFLPA agent.

The situation becomes complicated by the reality that Jay-Z can directly contact Smith in connection with efforts to recruit Smith as a Roc Nation client for non-football representation.

Not involved in the process was Athletes First, the agency that represents Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez. While we got the impression earlier in the week that Smith wasn’t troubled by the possibility of joint representation, it’s possible that Sanchez communicated concerns to the firm about the perception that his agents are helping Sanchez’s primary competition for the starting job.