Andrew Dana was quoted in U.S. News & World Report on what college athletes should consider now that the NCAA allows them to make money off their name, image, and likeness, commonly called NIL.
"The professional sports world is rife with predatory behavior and that will expand into the NIL world," Andrew said. "Athletes and families need to be very judicious and thoughtful and careful about who they partner with, because it can affect the athletes' brand and economics."
Andrew said it's important for student-athletes to find a support system of attorneys, accountants, and other professionals, similar to the teams that pro athletes assemble to help with their business goals.
You can read the full article here: Name, Image, Likeness: What College Athletes Should Know About NCAA Rules.
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