On Tuesday evening at the Team Focus event in Mobile, Alabama head coach Nick Saban announced that his players made more money in college football than any other college roster despite the program not having an NIL collective in place.
Alabama rising redshirt senior offensive lineman Emil Ekiyor has recently announced partnership with Samaritan's Feet for a charitable NIL deal. The veteran offensive lineman is partnering with the non-profit organization to provide 25,000 shoes for kids four to 14 years old in Alabama.
One of the most popular new players for the Alabama Crimson Tide is incoming freshman cornerback Ga'Quincy "Kool-Aid" McKinstry. Today the former No.1 recruit in the state of Alabama announced he has signed an agreement with the popular beverage that shares his namesake.
According to Chris Hummer of 247Sports Saban spent time talking to the Texas High School Coaches Association convention in San Antonio on Tuesday. While there he reportedly said new presumed starting quarterback Bryce Young is "approaching ungodly numbers" while profiting off the new Name, Image and Likeness policy