Arch Manning might make a staggering amount of money during the era of NIL.
As of Thursday, college athletes are now allowed to profit off of their name, image and likeness, and many stars wasted no time before starting to cash in. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)
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During an interview with Dan Patrick, Darren Rovell said that Arch Manning could make around $10 million as a freshman in college.
Yes, Arch Manning could make NFL money as a teenager in his first year of college. You can listen to Rovell’s comments below.
“Arch Manning I could see making $10 Million as a freshman in college.”
–@DarrenRovell joined us to discuss NCAA NIL rules
— Dan Patrick Show (@dpshow) July 1, 2021
Eli and Peyton Manning’s nephew will literally be able to pick whatever school he wants to play at. He’s football royalty, and that is going to result in him making some serious money.
Not sure about y’all, but we could get used to seeing the Manning ➡️ Uiagalelei connection every Saturday in the Valley ???????? pic.twitter.com/uggTdgRQpq
— Barstool Clemson (@BarstoolClemson) June 6, 2021
Did I think he’d make $10 million annually while in college? No, but I guess it makes sense once you drill into the data.
What company wouldn’t want to be associated with the next great Manning?
Life sure is great when you’re a quarterback with the last name Manning!