Is Jalon Daniels the Nigel Pack of this year?

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Re: Is Jalon Daniels the Nigel Pack of this year?

Post by tmcats » November 28th, 2022, 3:50 pm


NIL has changed these decisions for kids, no doubt about that.


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Post by NatCat2 » November 28th, 2022, 4:47 pm

And now it’s NCAA legal. Back when Eric Dickerson was leaving SMU for the NFL the saying was that he had to take a pay cut. That was because the SMU boosters had set up a payment program for the players, and it ultimately got them the death penalty.
Now, basically the same thing is happening but it’s okay with the NCAA. There’s going to be players all over the county taking pay cuts to go to the NFL. Just like what could happen to Deuce and Robinson.
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Post by wazucat » November 28th, 2022, 8:30 pm

So if Deuce were to be drafted in the 5th round he would sign a rookie contract around $296,000 for signing. If he remains healthy and on the roster for the next four years he would earn $3.96 million. IMO his NIL deal would have to be really BIG to stick around for another season, unless he or his father felt that another year at KSU would boost him up into the middle of round three or higher where the signing bonus is over a million and the four year payout is $5.25 million.
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Post by PurpleOnWhite » November 28th, 2022, 9:53 pm

Deuce won’t be around next year unless he has no NFL aspirations. Assuming he does (99% probability), then there isn’t a compelling reason to stay. He’s proven everything he needs to prove.

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Post by opcatzen » November 28th, 2022, 11:15 pm

NIL IS STUPID. Who was strealing kids names,images,likeness. stupid courts,

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Post by opcatzen » November 28th, 2022, 11:25 pm

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Star UT running back Bijan Robinson inked a contract with Lamborghini Austin in the first year of NIL deals. (Bijan Robinson/Instagram)

https://austonia.com/longhorns-nil-deals-2021



University of Texas athletes cashed in on over $2 million in the year since collegiate athletes have been cleared to make name, image and likeness deals, according to UT records.

Records obtained by the Austin American-Statesman show that 154 Longhorns sealed 418 NIL deals for a total of $2,039,180 from August 1, 2021 to April 30, 2022.

Here's how each sport stacked up:

94 football athletes racked up nearly $900k in NIL deals, including one contract worth $60k and three deals worth $50k apiece. While UT is not allowed to disclose names associated with compensation, UT star running back Bijan Robinson made waves with six major NIL deals, including a recent contract with Lamborghini Austin.
Softball earned its fair share as well with the second-highest NIL value of $295,790 spread among 64 deals.
Men's and women's swimming and diving programs each earned around $250k each.
Men's basketball athletes inked 71 deals for a grand total of $158,585.
And volleyball was the final sport to crack $100k with 26 contracts and over $105k in cash.

Things will continue to ramp up in the Wild-West collegiate NIL space as it nears its second year. This fall, fans will be able to purchase personalized jerseys for the first time, while NIL "collectives" are on the rise, including a $10 million fund to help athletes make new sponsorships.

And while some worry that the new NIL territory could become a hotbed for new recruiting strategies, using deals to entice new athletes is still illegal per NCAA rules.

“Everything that we’ve done, we’ve run by the NCAA to let them know what’s taken place," Texas Athletic Director Chris Del Conte told the Statesman.

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Post by WildcatEngineer » November 29th, 2022, 11:32 am

The SEC invited the UT snake into their house. Now they will find out no other SEC school will be able to compete with the Texas Longhorns for NIL cash.

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Post by stlcatfan » November 29th, 2022, 6:02 pm

WildcatEngineer wrote:
November 29th, 2022, 11:32 am
The SEC invited the UT snake into their house. Now they will find out no other SEC school will be able to compete with the Texas Longhorns for NIL cash.
True, although Texas A&M will give them a good run for their money when it comes to NIL.
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Post by Section 12-2 » November 29th, 2022, 11:07 pm

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