At 21 years old, Jagger Eaton has this physical status:
Along with his brother Jett and fellow junior skater Tom Schaar, Eaton is sponsored by DC Shoes as part of their 2012 initiative, the "DC Youth Division". Transworld Skateboarding magazine's Blair Alley called the brothers "the future of vert skating".
Eaton was featured in the Esquire Magazine: Life of Man 80th Anniversary edition that was published in October 2013.
A number of regular skateboarding commentators have been critical of Eaton's participation at professional-level skateboarding events, including Bob Burnquist who believes that separate junior divisions should be established for competitions. David Daniels of Bleacher Report suggested that Eaton's entry (and that of others his age) in professional competitions harms the credibility of skateboarding in the sporting context.
Eaton appeared on episodes of Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory and Ridiculousness that aired in January 2015. A reality TV series named Jagger Eaton's Mega Life aired in September 2016 on Nickelodeon. He also appeared on the September 13th Episode of WWE SmackDown in a backstage segment with The Miz.
As of April 2015, Eaton is sponsored by DC Shoes, Plan B Skateboards, Red Bull, Bones Wheels, Independent Truck Company, and KTR Skateboard School.