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.
The next athlete to strike a deal is one of the Crimson Tide's newest basketball players. Alabama sophomore guard Nimari Burnett announced via Twitter today that he would be partnering with Degree to share his journey. Degree is a popular hygiene brand that specializes in deodorant.
Alabama fans, y'all can relax and drink Milo's sweet tea again. The famous southern tea company signed Alabama defensive back Malachi Moore to his first NIL deal on Thursday afternoon. The announcement comes one day after Milo's signed rival Bo Nix to represent the tea company.
Alabama redshirt senior defensive lineman Phidarian Mathis will sign with Eric Eastham of The Familie according to Matt Zenitz of On3 Sports. The Familie is a new agency representing clients in the world of sports and music. The Familie was founded in August 2020 and has attorney Eric Eastham in charge of the sports division.
Sophomore wide receiver Traeshon Holden announced on his Instagram a partnership with a video game company and a graphic designer. Alabama fans can now play video games with Holden by way of Yoke Gaming. Holden, appeared in five games as a freshman last year without recording a statistic.