College athlete NIL deals, stats, and news
|Rank||Player||Team||# Deals||Total Deal Value|
|Hercy Miller||Tennessee State Basketball||1||2000000|
|Quinn Ewers||Ohio State Football||3||~1411000|
|Bryce Young||Alabama Football||2||~810000|
|D.J. Uiagalelei||Clemson Football||1||~200000|
|D'Eriq King||Miami Football||6||~81000|
|JT Daniels||Georgia Football||2||~50500|
Frequently Asked Questions:
- What is NIL?
This summer, the Supreme Court ruled in NCAA vs. Alston that the commercial restrictions that the NCAA had on college athletes violate federal antitrust law. The NCAA thus announced that college athletes can begin to commercially benefit from their name, image, likeness (NIL).
NIL is the name for this new college athlete endorsement industry.
- What is NIL Authority?
Its not very often that a new industry is created from scratch. We are college sports fans & analysts looking to serve college athletes and other players with NIL stats, news, and best practices.