Bluepeak, a Denver-based internet company, has established NIL deals with each college athlete on the Cowgirls’ 2023 roster.
Known for her dunks on the court, Stanford forward Fran Belibi is also scoring in the NIL space. She joins The Players’ Platform podcast to share more.
With parents boasting successful professional careers, it’s no surprise their kids follow suit in athletic ability, resulting in NIL deals with big brands.
After just 18 months of the NIL era, women’s college basketball players leading the charge for female athletes.
Up to 15 Ole Miss student athletes will participate in charitable work on behalf of Meals Up in exchange for flights for their family to attend games.
UCLA freshman Kiki Rice is the first college athlete with an NIL deal from Jordan Brand.
The TUFF Fund, an NIL collective supporting Temple student athletes, has signed its initial class of 16 athletes.
UF gymnast Leah Clapper has used NIL as an opportunity to pursue entrepreneurial ventures, including creating her own boardgame and starting her own NIL company, NIL Island.
UNC WBB athlete Deja Kelly joins the podcast to talk about how she’s using NIL to have a positive impact on younger athletes and to support single mothers.
This new podcast is all about personal branding and entrepreneurship for college athletes in the era of name, image and likeness.