Judson Lincoln IV is the latest Virginia Tech student-athlete to join Triumph NIL.
On Thursday, Triumph NIL — a sports marketing agency — announced that it will assist Lincoln in managing his name, image and likeness rights.
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“Judson has already established himself as a great talent,” said Joey Harrington, Triumph NIL partner. “We are thrilled he chose Triumph as his NIL representatives, ready to get to work helping him utilize all the resources our platform has to offer and prepared to maximize his NIL potential.”
A dominant high school track athlete at Oakland Mills High School in Columbia, Maryland, Lincoln won six national sprinting titles and was recognized as the Gatorade Player of the Year for Maryland. In his first year with Virginia Tech, he is already contributing in a big way as a part of the school’s relay team.
“I am super excited to sign with Triumph,” Lincoln said in a statement. “I feel they are the best people to help guide me with potential NIL opportunities, to further expand my profile, and to amplify my talents.”
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Most recently, Triumph NIL added track-and-field superstar Jake Spotswood to its roster. And in early February, the sports marketing agency added 13 Virginia Tech football players as well.
Triumph NIL specializes in working with Virginia Tech student-athletes by helping them navigate the NIL landscape. The company works with “specific athletes and helps them build compelling campaigns to drive results, and they offer their platforms for supporters and fans to champion their favorite Hokies.”