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Texas WR Xavier Worthy reportedly turned down a seven-figure NIL deal from an opposing school to transfer and join its program...
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He had 62 catches for 981 yards and 12 touchdowns last season.

(The Spun)
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CanebreakCajun24 months
This is tortious interference with contact. I would not be surprised if you start seeing NIL groups suing each other over this crap.
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Partha24 months
Will regret it when he goes undrafted like all the other Longhorn players.
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SeanLSU24 months
We really need better tampering rules and strong enforcement of them.
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KAGTASTIC24 months
So if he turned this down...how much did UTX offer to keep him?
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FLObserver24 months
paying kids between 18 to 22 seven figures to millions. This will not end well. Most will probably not even go to class. This NIL is spiraling college football out of control.
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CanebreakCajun24 months
It will correct itself in the next year or two when all these big money boosters and companies get popped and remember the bust rate for players going from high school to college is about 50%.
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DVinBR24 months
probably A&M
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BillyGibbons24 months
Commitment letters should be converted to 3 year contracts with a 4th year options. No problem with them getting paid but they gotta stay…
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Mr. Hangover24 months
Honestly that’s probably the best idea I’ve heard regarding this crap
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skullopener24 months
Till someone undercuts and offers a 2 year commitment deal!!!
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Bamafan2424 months
They need to fix this NIL stuff.
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PeleofAnalytics24 months
I'd assume that some of these issues will resolve over time. They will add penalty clauses in the contracts for going to other programs. Certain criteria that allows a kid to leave or renegotiate.
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