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High School NIL Deals

Top Arkansas basketball sophomore reportedly offered $1 million NIL deal
Arkansas doesn’t have legislation allowing high school athletes to profit off NIL, meaning the state’s No. 1 high school sophomore basketball recruit Terrion Burgess would have to move if he wanted to cash in on any offers. Burgess’ current estimated NIL value sits at around $300,000.  RELATED: Kentucky commit DJ Wagner signs NIL deal with…
Ian Jackson
North Carolina commit Ian Jackson partners with Extra Butter, promotes Air Jordan ‘Skyline’ as part of deal
Five-star recruit Ian Jackson, one of four North Carolina commits from the 2024 class, is already cashing in on name, image and likeness opportunities without even stepping foot on campus. Jackson struck a NIL deal with New York City shoe store Extra Butter and he will help promote the new colorway of the Air Jordan…
Kiyomi McMiller
Kiyomi McMiller becomes first high school athlete to ink NIL deal with Jordan Brand
Kiyomi McMiller is officially in a class of her own. McMiller, a star women's basketball player of Life Center Academy in New Jersey, became the first high school basketball player to sign a NIL deal with Jordan Brand. RELATED: Four-star recruit Vyctorius Miller lands NIL deal with Under Armour McMiller joins a loaded women's basketball…
Tennessee commit Marcus Goree inks NIL deal with NBA star LaMelo Ball
Tennessee commit Marcus Goree has been quite busy over the past couple of days. Last Wednesday, Goree announced his top five college choices before ultimately committing to Tennessee just two days later. Goree, who is the Volunteers’ fourth commit from the 2024 recruit class, joins fellow commit and cornerback Kaleb Beasley. RELATED: Tennessee’s Jack Luttrell…