Tajh Boyd, a former quarterback at Clemson, joined me to discuss name, image and likeness legislation. What would recruiting have been like if NIL had existed when he was choosing a school? Could NIL impact the atmosphere in the locker room? What does he think the impact might be on a school like Clemson? And how does he really feel about the potential to profit off your name, image and likeness as a student athlete?
We dive into all that and more!
Check out his podcast The Tajh Boyd Podcast for more of our conversation where we talk about the business of college sports.
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