Highlighting Some of the Biggest NIL Deals in CFB

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Should college athletes get paid? This has been a question which has been floating around ever since the dinosaurs first touched down on earth. And while for a long period of time, the answer was always “Well, sure they should, but they never will,” the dynamic has finally shifted.

Thanks to the passing of a federal NIL Law by congress in July, college athletes will now be able to benefit off their name, imagine and likeness, which will allow them to make money off of assets such as merchandise, brand deals, autographs, ext. And while you may have thought college athletics was a business before the passing of this law, just wait until you see what will transpire between high profile athletes and major brands come fall.

Lets now take a look at some athletes who have already taken advantage of this lucrative opportunity.

Spencer Rattler – QB; Oklahoma

Oklahoma Football: QB Rattler in top tier, but not No. 1 overall

Raising Cane’s


DJ Uiagalelei – QB; Clemson

College football: DJ Uiagalelei helps No. 1 Clemson prevail - Los Angeles  Times


Dr Pepper

Vayner Sports

JT Daniels – QB; Georgia

Coach on QB JT Daniels: Georgia Bulldogs need to 'turn him loose'


Zaxby's drafts UGA football QB JT Daniels for NIL deal

Kedon Slovis – QB; USC

USC Football: Is Kedon Slovis the Pac-12's best QB heading into 2020?

Klutch Sports Group

D’Eriq King – Miami (The king of NIL)

Miami QB D'Eriq King signs NIL deal with Florida Panthers - The Athletic

Florida Panthers

King & Ragone Show

Panini America



Sole By Sir

Bo Nix – QB; Auburn

More to show out': Auburn quarterback Bo Nix shows resilience in return to  form | Auburn University Sports News | oanow.com

QB Skills Camp

Derek Stingley Jr – CB; LSU

Derek Stingley Jr. does ballet? Oh yes, his dad says, to help stay in shape  for LSU's season | LSU | theadvocate.com

United Airlines


Jimmy Granger Ford

Bryce Young – QB; Alabama

Bryce Young - Football - University of Alabama Athletics

Cash App

Oh yea, and then there’s this….


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