Sports lawyer does not believe Bryce Young has earned seven figures in NIL deals

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Alabama football head coach Nick Saban spoke with high school coaches at a Texas convention, and while he was discussing the newly-passed NIL policy, he mentioned that sophomore quarterback Bryce Young has done very well and is nearing seven figures worth of deals.

Darren Heitner, who is a prominent sports attorney and creator of the “Sports Agent Blog,” took to Twitter to explain that, while Young will likely make a considerable amount of money, it’s probably not near where Saban was.

Heitner is under the impression that this was a recruiting tactic by Saban to show recruits and potential transfers that Alabama is the place to be to benefit from your name, image and likeness.

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