From selecting athletes before the tournaments began to signing athletes after they have big games, brands are approaching NIL different during March Madness.
As a part of the deal, Pringles has released limited-edition cans highlighting four different mustaches, the pringle, horseshoe, pencil and caterpillar.
From passive income to the pursuit of O-1 visas, more NIL avenues are opening for international student athletes. Two immigration attorneys weigh in.
McCarthy and Corum recently visited C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital, where they gifted patients autographs and Bose speakers.
As a part of the partnership, Iamaleava starred in a Force Factor commercial where he encouraged viewers to shop for Force Factor products at Wal-Mart and “unleash your potential.”
One of Monarc’s most popular products is the Seeker, a robotic quarterback that has helped drive Harrison’s success as a pass catcher this season.
Allen University freshman volleyball player at Maliyah Spencer became the first athlete at her school to sign an NIL deal.
The No. 6 recruit in the class of 2024, Kiyomi McMiller, becomes just the second NIL athlete to join the Jordan Brand alongside Kiki Rice.
Maui Ahuna, previously a player on the Kansas Jayhawks, has already secured a NIL deal with a Tennessee staple.
Penn State WBB athlete Anna Camden jumped on NIL on day one and joins the podcast to discuss hosting camps and working with her favorite brands.