He's just 13 years old, but Mitchell Sozio is already the plug for some of the biggest names in sports and entertainment.

We were first introduced to "Littysneaks" last month, when he was the subject of a profile by the Daily Front Row. Among the many interesting tidbits about this young entrepreneur is the fact that his nanny plays a role in shipping sneakers to customers. To get a first-hand account of Littysneaks experience, Rich "Maze" Lopez and Brendan Dunne invited the New York-based teen to be a guest on Full Size Run.

Detailing his path to becoming a renowned reseller, Littysneaks cites Kanye West as a personal influence when he was in the sixth grade. He started off just buying pairs for his personal collection before realizing there was money to be made by picking up extras.'

"I realized that I had all of these connections," explained Sozio. "And I was like 'I can make all this money and instead getting one pair, I can just get eight pairs and flip it."

While he won't reveal the names, Sozio says he has a clientele of A-list celebrities with social media followings in the multi-millions. He's made as much as $3,000 selling a single pair of sneakers.

Watch the full interview with Littysneaks above. If you'd like to listen on the go, check out the audio version below and subscribe to Full Size Run on iTunes.