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Daevin Hobbs
Daevin Hobbs offered $600K on Instagram to attend Utah — a school that wasn’t recruiting him
Since name, image and likeness became legal July 1, 2021, high school and college student-athletes have been able to reap the benefits of earning money for their NIL. Tennessee defensive end Daevin Hobbs received similar opportunities during his recruitment. Daevin Hobbs, one of the top 50 players in the 2023 recruiting class, reportedly received a…
South Carolina
Nyckoles Harbor’s commitment to South Carolina sparks heated Twitter exchange
On Wednesday, Nyckoles Harbor chose South Carolina as his college of choice after a contentious recruiting battle. Two days later, some on Twitter are lashing out and suggesting it was a “pay-for-play” proposition after Oregon reportedly thought they had received commitment from the five-star recruit. Maryland alum and former NBA Front Office Executive Chuck Douglas…
Nyckoles Harbor
Nyckoles Harbor commits to South Carolina, turned down ‘more lucrative’ NIL deals
It was a momentous day for South Carolina athletics when the Gamecocks football program signed 2023 five-star football recruit Nyckoles Harbor to a Letter of Intent on National Signing Day. Harbor, a tight end, wide receiver and defensive end from Washington D.C., was immersed and entrenched in an intense recruiting battle, before he ultimately chose…
College Football
Texas introduces new bill, may be next domino to fall in the hunt for NIL at high school level
After the Georgia High School Association (GHSA), the state’s governing body on athletics, hinted at a future proposal to the state executive committee featuring a change in NIL policy, the question quickly became, ‘Who’s next?’ On Monday, Texas state representative Giovanni Capriglione filed House Bill 1802, which seeks to reform the state's existing legislation on…
Georgia HS Athletic Association hints at NIL policy change: ‘Should be prepared’ in near future
Big changes may be coming for high school athletes in the state of Georgia. According to the minutes of a Jan. 11 board meeting for the Georgia High School Association (GHSA), Executive Director Dr. Robin Hines held discussion regarding name, image and likeness, stating that he “felt Georgia should be prepared” to change their policy…