Colleges With Student Athletes Earning Money from NIL

The NCAA’s NIL is revolutionizing collegiate athletics. Now that these college athletes may profit off their names, images, and likeness, there are several opportunities and NIL sponsorship for them to make a reputation for themselves outside of the sports they participate in and the university teams they represent.

Every month, an increasing number of collegiate athletes accept deals and NIL sponsorships from various corporations. Some universities may have one or two, while others already have a large number of student athletes that reap from the NIL ruling’s benefits. Take a look at our list of colleges with student athletes earning money from NIL.

  1. Tennessee State University

    • Hercy Miller, Basketball
  2. University of Iowa

    • Jordan Bohannon, Basketball
  3. University of North Carolina

    • Armando Bacot, Basketball
    • Sam Howell, American Football
  4. University of Alabama

    • Ga’quincy ‘Kool-aid’ McKinstry, American Football
    • Traeshon Holden, American Football
    • Evan Neal, American Football
    • DeMarcco Hellams, American Football
    • Christopher Allen, American Football
    • Agiye Hall, American Football
    • Bryce Young, American Football
    • Malachi Moore
  5. Louisiana State University

    • Derek Stingley Jr., American Football
    • Myles Brennan, American Football
    • Olivia Dunne, Gymnastics
  6. Ohio State University

    • Nicholas Petit-Frere, American Football 
  7. University of Arkansas

    • Trey Knox, American Football
  8. University of Miami

    • D’Eriq King, American Football
  9. Florida State University

    • McKenzie Milton, American Football
  10. University of Wisconsin

    • Graham Mertz, American Football
  11. Jackson State University

    • Antwan Owens, American Football
    • Aubrey Miller, American Football
    • CJ Holmes, American Football
    • Tony Gray, American Football
    • Warren Newman III, American Football
  12. Fresno State University

    • Hanna Cavinder, Basketball
    • Haley Cavinder, Basketball
  13. University of Nebraska

    • Lexi Sun, Volleyball
    • All Nebraska Cornhuskers
  14. University of Texas

    • Josh Thompson, American Football
    • DeMarvion Overshown, American Football
  15. University of Georgia

    • Brock Vandagriff, American Football
    • Kendall Milton, American Football
  16. University of Notre Dame

    • Kyren Williams, American Football
    • Kyle Hamilton, American Football
    • Sam Brunelle, Basketball
  17. University of Tennessee

    • Theo Jackson, American Football
    • Drew Gilbert, Baseball
  18. University of Auburn

    • Bo NIx, American Football
  19. University of Oklahoma

    • Spencer Rattler, American Football
  20. Marshall University

    • Will Ulmer, American Football
  21. University of Kentucky

    • Dontaie Allen, Basketball
  22. Syracuse University

    • Buddy Boeheim, Basketball
  23. Brigham Young University

    • All Female Athletes
  24. Harvard University

    • Sam B. Scherl
    • Alex J. Washington
  25. University of Notre Dame

    • All American Football Offensive Athletes 
  26. University of Arkansas

    • Many Athletes (Link)

Nick Stover

Over the last 30 years, Nick has been an athlete and worked with sports teams at all levels, including youth, college, amateur, and professional. He has held roles as a business owner, COO, CMO, Vice President, General Manager, Director of Social Media, and instructor of undergraduate and graduate courses at multiple universities. As the owner of Shark Jockey Digital, he currently helps clients with brand creation, development projects, lead generation, website creation, SEO, SEM, PPC, social media marketing, Google reviews, online listings, and campaign management. He is a published researcher, presented at national conferences, and holds degrees including an MBA, an MS in Sports Management, and a BS in Health and Sports Studies. Nick is also a husband and father of 2 girls. He is passionate about building PayToPlayMarketing.com as a way to share the advice he experienced and carefully researched to help his own daughters in the future.

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