With help from MarketPryce, Miller pitched an idea to his “long shot” brand and eventually signed an NIL deal.
The standout quarterback will promote the mustard brand with content and through customized Nike Air Force 1 shoes.
The deals aim to grow BioSteel’s role in women’s hockey and promote a growing sport.
The NIL deal will include a three-month pilot program with content featured on MarketPryce’s social media.
The 6-foot-7, 300-pound offensive lineman says that “when you have a body this good, you deserve to be paid.”
Three Lady Volunteer basketball players and Vols quarterback Herndon Hooker are teaming up to promote AT&T’s products.
Richardson will be a part of Gatorade’s “Fuel Tomorrow” campaign and promote the SEC Gameday Challenge.
Sierra Canyon’s Bronny James and Iowa’s Caitlin Clark lead a star-studded list of additions to Nike’s basketball roster.
Wolverine+ will allow Michigan football fans to interact with players through exclusive Q&As and behind-the-scenes content.
On a recent podcast episode, Rose put the Fab Five’s success in perspective with the NIL era