Roundup: What IU basketball players are saying about name, image and likeness on social media
Twitter and Instagram have been active for IU men’s basketball players since the university unveiled its policy regarding name, image and likeness.
Several IU players have already announced partnerships and others have chimed in with some thoughts on potential opportunities moving forward.
We’ve compiled all of the reaction below:
Miller Kopp laid out his vision for how he will utilize the new opportunities:
The NIL era for college athletes is officially here.
To take advantage of this, I will be putting out more content such as workouts, day to day activities, hobbies, teammate interactions, interviews and much more.
Here are 4 goals I have…
— Miller Kopp (@Miller_Kopp) July 1, 2021
Parker Stewart announced a partnership with GoPuff:
— Parker Stewart (@_PSTEW) July 1, 2021
Anthony Leal announced that he’ll conduct a camp later this summer for kids:
— Anthony Leal (@anthonyl3al) July 1, 2021
Xavier Johnson noted that he won’t let NIL distract him from his goals:
Don’t let this NIL distract you from the main GOAL!
— Xavier Johnson “X” (@XavierJ0hnson) July 1, 2021
Khristian Lander announced a partnership with Yoke, which allows fans to play video games with their favorite players:
Race Thompson posted an advertisement on his Instagram story for an apparel company:
Filed to: Name Image Likeness