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Tommy Goodin
Cal State Northridge commit Tommy Goodin joins Wraith Sports Group for NIL representation
Cal State Northridge commit Tommy Goodin signed with the sports and marketing agency Wraith Sports Group for NIL representation. Goodin, who is a junior at Adolfo Camarillo High School in California, will work with Josh Escovedo and Andrew Rogers from Wraith Sports Group. In the announcement, the sports and marketing agency also announced that Goodin…
Bronny James
Bronny James signs with Klutch Sports for NIL representation
A day after LeBron James’ youngest son, Bryce, signed with Klutch Sports for NIL representation, his eldest son, Bronny James, who sports his father's name, followed in his younger brother’s footsteps. Bronny, a four-star guard who is a senior at Sierra Canyon School in Chatsworth, California, signed with Klutch Sports, the agency announced on Twitter.…
Rodney Gallagher
Four-star recruit Rodney Gallagher inks deal as Pennsylvania amends NIL policy
Rodney Gallagher made NIL history on Wednesday. The four-star West Virginia commit signed the first-ever NIL deal in the state of Pennsylvania, inking an endorsement deal with The Pavement Group, just hours after the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) passed an amendment legalizing high school athletes to monetize their name, image and likeness. RELATED: Washington…
Jared McCain
Duke commit Jared McCain joins Excel Sports Management for NIL representation
Duke commit Jared McCain continues to build his growing NIL brand. McCain, a five-star recruit who has more than 2.2 million followers on his social media platforms, signed with Excel Sports Management for NIL representation. Since enrolling at Duke, McCain hasn’t had any issues with signing deals – he most recently partnered with Champ Sports…
NFHS addresses growing high school NIL landscape with educational course
At the high school level, state athletic associations across the nation have been vocal toward welcoming the NIL era with open arms. Following the announcement that Pennsylvania will allow NIL earlier in November, 40% of the United States have developed rules and regulations allowing athletes to be compensated based on their name, image and likeness.…