NIL Masterclass: 3 Things We Learned From Morgan Blank – Brandish Sports

Last week, we launched the Opendorse Ready™ NIL Masterclass – an exclusive addition to the Ready program, the leading NIL readiness solution in college athletics. The NIL Masterclass is built to provide student-athletes with live lessons from leaders and brands in the NIL ecosystem including Instagram, Twitter, the Players’ Tribune, and Momentum. We kicked off

How Hoosier Student-Athletes are Building Brands with Social Media

Indiana Athletics has helped 430 student-athletes drive over 1.3 million engagements on their personal social channels since August 2020. That’s when the program joined Opendorse Ready™, adding to its already impressive arsenal of athlete brand development resources. With help from the Cuban Center, these student-athletes have published almost 17 thousand posts on Instagram and Twitter

Shaylee Gonzales
Standing Out From the Crowd with Shaylee Gonzales

Shaylee Gonzales fits the definition of a “social media native” to a T. She downloaded Instagram and Snapchat around the age of 14, and has had her hands on social media ever since. In Junior High, the now-BYU hooper started watching Youtube and fell in love with vlogs – more specifically those featuring student-athletes. In

Introducing the Opendorse Ready™ NIL Masterclass

Opendorse Launches Exclusive Ready NIL Masterclass for Student-Athletes Today Opendorse announced the launch of the Ready NIL Masterclass – an exclusive addition to Opendorse Ready, the leading Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) readiness solution in college athletics. The NIL Masterclass will provide student-athletes with live lessons from leaders and brands in the NIL ecosystem including

Tom Allen
How Coach Tom Allen Uses Social Media to Drive Program Success

Indiana Football, led by Coach Tom Allen, is one of the most social media-savvy programs in college athletics. We caught up with Coach Allen to learn more about the importance of social media in his program and how it impacts areas of recruiting, branding, and personal development. Promoting the program to prospects The COVID-19 pandemic

4th Annual #AthleteDriven Awards
The 4th Annual Opendorse #AthleteDriven Awards

Champion of the Year: Lynnea Phillips – Indiana   Our #AthleteDriven Champion of the Year Award goes to @LynneaPhillips!@IUHoosiers | @CubanCenter pic.twitter.com/QUMRgICj4X — Opendorse (@opendorse) March 10, 2021   Advertiser Award Winners: Partner of the Year – Pepsi Most Active – 5 Star Nutrition Most Engagements – EA Sports Most Engaged Audience – Husker Sports

Clifford Taylor IV: Consistently Unconventional

Coming into the University of Florida, Clifford Taylor IV hadn’t played a down of football and Tik Tok wasn’t a social media platform. He didn’t know by the time his senior year rolled around, he’d find success in both. Being an avid basketball player growing up, Taylor was a gifted and competitive athlete. Coming into

College Baseball Preview: How the Best Prospects Perform on Social

College baseball has returned after almost all of the 2020 season was cancelled due to Covid-19. Some of the game’s top prospects will be taking the field this spring, seeking to showcase their talents on the field and on social. We analyzed the D1baseball.com top 30 draft prospects to see who’s made their mark on

Nebraska Building Brands
Building Brands and Engaging Fans: How Nebraska is Helping Student-Athletes Prepare for their Future

In March 2020, Nebraska Athletics became the first college athletics program to introduce a Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) readiness solution, launching Ready Now powered by Opendorse Ready. Just days after announcing the program, the sports world ground to a halt due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But that didn’t stop the Huskers. With a dedicated brand