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Building the Perfect Profiles

Building the Perfect Profiles

Posting social media content accounts for 68% of NIL activities. While there are great opportunities offline, social is where it's at. If brands and fans can't find you, they can't follow you. If they can't follow you, your earning potential is limited. Follow these...

Getting Started on Opendorse

Getting Started on Opendorse

You’re on the Opendorse app. Your account is active. Now what? Follow these five steps to get started and set yourself up for NIL success on Opendorse: How to Access Your Opendorse Profile Once you enter the Opendorse app, turn your attention to the top right corner...

Making the Most of NIL with Kendall Lee

Making the Most of NIL with Kendall Lee

NIL has been a game-changer for Kendall Lee. A fifth-year senior, she is working to get her MBA while finishing her final softball season with the Memphis Tigers.  Throughout her time as a college athlete, Lee has been active on TikTok and has grown her following to...

NIL Incoming: Comparing State Laws and Proposed Legislation

NIL Incoming: Comparing State Laws and Proposed Legislation

*Updated 5/10/2022* From the California State Capitol in Sacramento to Florida's in Tallahassee, no two state offices have garnered more attention on the topic of collegiate student-athletes’ name, image, and likeness (NIL). In the fall of 2019, California Governor...

The Opendorse Story

The Opendorse Story

April 28, 2011. Radio City Music Hall. The pick is in for the hometown team and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell steps to the podium.  “With the 19th pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, the New York Giants select Prince Amukamara. Defensive back. Nebraska.”  Amukamara...

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