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Kiyomi McMiller
Kiyomi McMiller details how ‘monumental’ NIL deal with Jordan Brand came to life
It started with a direct message on Instagram. The message was from Jasmine Jordan, daughter of NBA legend Michael Jordan. The receiver was Kiyomi McMiller, the sixth-ranked women’s basketball recruit in the class of 2024. Ecstatic, yet confused all at once, McMiller gave the phone to her father. She thought the message was fake. “[Jasmine]…
Alexis Ewing, daughter of NBA great Patrick Ewing, hopes to motivate others after landing first NIL deal
Alexis Ewing, the daughter of New York Knicks legend Patrick Ewing, recently signed an NIL deal with College HUNKS Hauling Junk & Moving. Until recently, high school student-athletes were not allowed to sign NIL deals in the state of Maryland, which left Alexis Ewing surprised at how fast things changed. “Honestly, it was such a…
T.A. Cunningham
T.A. Cunningham left homeless, without football due to ugly side of NIL
T.A. Cunningham was given a false promise.  The result has become an ever-growing mountain of problems. At the forefront of his issues is a legal battle with the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) who deemed him ineligible to play this season. On Thursday, after weeks of legal meetings, Cunningham’s team, led by Michael Caspino, filed an…
Julian Sayin
Five-star QB prospect Julian Sayin not focused on NIL: ‘It’s about finding the best fit’
Julian Sayin is considered a top-flight quarterback prospect for 2024, as he’s ranked second in the nation at his position and 15th overall prospect in his class, according to the 247Sports. As a varsity athlete based out of California, he is eligible to receive NIL money, with certain restrictions, per The current regulations permit a student-athlete…
Dante Moore
Oregon commit Dante Moore didn’t let NIL factor into college choice: ‘I would never make my decision off money’
Seems like money is on everyone’s mind these days, except for class of 2023 five-star Oregon commit, quarterback Dante Moore. Moore did not want to be blinded by the potential millions while making his college decision. The Detroit native even took it upon himself to leave the meeting entirely when the topic came up. He simply wanted to…