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Florida High School Athletes Will Be Eligible for NIL Deals

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Florida’s high school student athletes will be able to earn income for their name, image and likeness used in advertising. Multiple news sources, such as reported the Florida High School Athletic Association‘s approval of adopted a new policy that mirrors the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s Name Image and Likeness policy, which allows athletes to receive payment from booster groups known as “collectives.”

Florida joins 30 other states that have adopted NIL for student-athletes. The FHSAA’s board unanimously approved the changes to its bylaws at a meeting that was held earlier today, but the policy won’t go into effect until presented to the state’s Board of Education in July.

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