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According to On3 Sports, Arch Manning tops the list of highest-earning college football players through NIL deals. Oh, and here's another fun fact about how much he's made...
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PureBlood15 months
Shedeur Sanders at 1.5mil is the story here...
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deuce98515 months
However or whoever wrote this deal up must've never saw him take a snap in HS. Way overrated. Had unlimited resources to succeed too. He's nothing but a name.
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TerryDawg0315 months
This could end up like an investment in FTX. The kid is completely unproven.
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LSUvet7215 months
Every Manning born goes for the most money every time but this may not work as planned as evidenced by Tex AM nil deal.
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FLObserver15 months
Alot of guys will make more money based on hype coming from high school to college then they will ever make again in their lifetime.
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cajunmud15 months
...and then quickly blow it all.
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mcpotiger15 months
Dookie Eyes getting paid..
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KAGTASTIC15 months
Still a ton of under the table money not being accounted for if rumors are true....current UTX QB getting 4mil, I think the UT QB recruit rumors have him up in the 8mil range.

Wish people wanting so much change in established institutions would just be told to create their own, if it's such a winning formula.

Sadly top level CFB won't ever be the same. My hope has been smaller schools will be forced to cut ties, and says they are going back to the basics. These kids sign contracts that say they can't get nil money or anything else that counters the school like HS deals the signed are voided. Then I can just find one of the schools to support.

As we've learned lately...can't put that genie back in the bottle once she slides down that slippery pole.
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CanebreakCajun15 months
Travis Hunter made 1.7 in NIL, to play at a program that probably made 1.7 last year.
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PhilemonThomas15 months
How much is his NIL deal with Morgus?
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SOL215 months
3.7m to sit bench as a 3rd stringer. It's a great country!
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TouchdownTony15 months
I love it. All the bleeding hearts that said they should get paid, they make the money for the school, this isn't fair, it'll just be a few thousand dollars and were so ignorant to how this would be handled by win at all costs rich boosters. The ONLY way, and credit the NCAA for knowing this years ago, was to have absolutely nothing legal as far as compensation. yea, yea money under the table but at east you had to hide it. The NCAA knew this would blow up into this. There had to be ZERO compensation other than room, board, meals and a small stipend or it would be chaos. As the old saying goes you can't get a little bit pregnant.
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Crusty15 months
I actually wish the Texass donors would have paid him more than that. When donors see that their "investments" are not providing the returns they were expecting, they will be a little more cautious with their financial decisions. Pay him more Texas!
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cajunmud15 months
Yeah, I'm kinda thinking the same way. When biz sees what a sorry ROI this is the pay to players will drop and finally find it's level, it's equilibrium...way, way lower.

BUT, I also think that this can become a lot of fans favorite charity...where they're not expecting an ROI...it's throw away money anyway. Which could keep prices high. IDK.
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CanebreakCajun15 months
These amounts won't last. Ohio State boosters are already pulling back after getting burned by Ewers. Rich people didn't get rich by getting burned and not getting what they paid for.
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GeauxLSUGeaux15 months
So the guy who went 7-24 against LCAand threw for like 41 yards is getting the most NIL money?
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cajunmud15 months
Something seriously wrong here.

I think they're meeting in D.C. about NIL this week.
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TouchdownTony15 months
They are meeting in DC this week but as Ross Dellenger said on Greg McElroys show this morning, most of them had to have NIL explained to them from the start. They basically knew nothing AND a large segment of the democrats in this meeting believe not only should the players receive whatever they can from NIL but should participate in conference revenue sharing. It would be more lucrative to be a college player than a pro.
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cajunmud15 months
Worthless D.C. tax-feeding parasites. How are you gonna be on so and so committee and not know shite from Shinola?
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Dingeaux15 months
This can't be sustainable
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rar15 months
How screwed up is this...college sports is crooked as a snake.
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WorkinDawg15 months
I bet he never makes a start at Texas. If so that makes his $3.7M a great investment
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TDFreak15 months
My money is on him transferring to Ole Miss before his college career is over.
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Vidic15 months
God I wish I had a nfl royalty last name
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CallmeSteveo15 months
3.7 to do jack and shite
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