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nystateofmind

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Not sure why it was deleted.

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CDWright40

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Miami businessman/attorney John Ruiz went on an NIL blitz this weekend, signing 20 Miami Hurricane players to Contracts to promote his company, LifeWallet. ,

Quarterback Tyler Van Dyke And defensive tackle Leonard Taylor received contracts paying them $50,000 over the next 12 months.

Other players who signed include safety Kam Kinchens ($3500/month, $42k total), safety James Williams ($3500/month, $42k total), TE Will Mallory ($3500/month, $42K total), Offensive tackle Zion Nelson ($3500/month, $42K total), defensive end Jahfari Harvey ($3000/month, $36K total), WR Jacolby George ($3000/month, $36K total), TE Elijah Arroyo ($3000/month, $36K total), WR Romello Brinson $3000/month, $36K total.

The players will also participate in charity events such as a Thanksgiving Food Drive, Christmas Toy Drive and visiting children’s hospitals

Part of the deal is for Ruiz and his associates to help the playersdevelop business skills and teach them the importance of impacting the community.
 

Oicu812

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3500 a month. Them kids good especially when they ain’t gotta pay for nothing in the first place.

Only thing this could lead to is more kids ending up in trouble but hell I’m glad they getting paid
Would have to ass-u-me, the NIL deal, is contractual. Would also assume, there has to be both, academic, performance, and conduct agreement there too.
Pay as you go type payment sys, helps to keep the kids from grabbing the bag, and leaving next year.
Curious how long the powers that be, will let us keep building the program, before having to make more "Miami" rules
 
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