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Georgia’s Brock Bowers signs NIL deal with Georgia law firm

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The Georgia Bulldogs won the college football national championship last season and could very well be on their way to a repeat this season. One of the offensive stars this year is tight end Brock Bowers, who already has NFL teams waiting patiently for his draft day.

Bowers has become a more popular name this season especially, and the tight end will now be a familiar face while fans drive around all of Georgia. Bowers recently agreed to a unique NIL deal with Morgan & Morgan, which is the largest injury law firm in America.

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Bowers agreed to a three-month deal with the company and will represent them on billboards across various areas, including Athens, Atlanta, Savannah, and other areas, according to the official release.

Morgan & Morgan founder John Morgan was thrilled to announce the deal with Bowers: “Morgan & Morgan attorneys are champions for our clients in the courtroom, so we’re thrilled to partner with Brock Bowers, one of the leading offensive weapons for college football’s defending National Champions….Go Dawgs!”

The company also became one of the very first law firms to join the NIL buzz when they signed Georgia star DL Jordan Davis to a deal. Davis went on to be a first-round pick in the 2022 NFL Draft, and Bowers has all the makings of a first-round choice as well, so Morgan & Morgan likes to aim high.

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Bowers also has NIL deals with Associated Credit Union, Zaxby’s, NOBULL, and he has his own line of trading cards with The Players Trunk.

The sophomore tight end from California had 47 grabs for 791 yards and 11 scores last year and leads Georgia in yards (393) and is second on the team in receptions (26) while scoring two touchdowns.

While the financials of Bowers’ latest NIL deal isn’t disclosed, he will be a familiar sight in all of Georgia on billboards – at least for the next three months.