North Carolina Nears Adoption of NIL Student-Athlete Allowances
North Carolina is close to adopting its first official NIL policy through the North Carolina High School Athletic Association.
If approved, the new rules could go into effect as early as July. according to a report by DaShawn Brown on WSOC TV.
“This month, the NCHSAA took action approving its first NIL policy, which could go into effect as early as July. The policy outlines when and how student-athletes can cash in on their success, allowing opportunities such as appearances and autograph signings, but banning potential deals that support gambling, drugs and weapons, among others.
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According to Brown’s report, NCHSAA Assistant Commissioner Brad Alford said the group’s research shows the average athlete won’t make more than $200 for 3-4 hours of work — except for what he called a “once-in-a-generation athlete.” “. He says the goal is to make sure student-athletes aren’t exploited.
However, the policy hinges on the success of Senate Bill 636, which is currently being considered in the North Carolina House of Representatives.
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