As we announce the formation of SAIL, we invite you to get to know us and our know approach to NIL education.
The NCAA’s decisions regarding NIL continue to evolve, and as they do, SAIL will be ready to advise our clients accordingly. Our team’s robust experience within college athletics allows us to be in the unique position to provide a roadmap to navigate the intricacies of NIL.
And while the legislation continues to be worked on, we do know that the NCAA has recommended that “guardrails” need to be established to provide rules and regulations around student-athlete NIL use. SAIL is here to assist athletic departments and student athletes develop as this process evolves, and interpret those guardrails.
In late April, two of our SAIL team members visited VCU to talk with both the men’s and women’s basketball teams and staff about impending name, image and likeness (NIL) legislation. Our goal with this initial session was to begin the NIL education process with the...
John Maroon and EJ Narcise join Stan “The Fan” Charles and Gary Stein of PressBox to talk about about SAIL and our efforts to work with schools across the country to help student athletes navigate impending name, image and likeness legislation.
University of Maryland, Baltimore County joins Virginia Commonwealth on SAIL roster SAIL (Student Athlete Image & Likeness) today announced it has been retained by The University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) of the America East Conference to educate their...