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!
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