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TexAgs, GreenPrint Real Estate partner for NIL event with Kenyon Green

August 12, 2021
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TexAgs is hosting its second NIL event sponsored by GreenPrint Real Estate Group, this time featuring Texas A&M offensive lineman Kenyon Green. The junior from Humble, Texas was a consensus All-American in 2020 as a sophomore and is widely projected as a future first-round pick in the NFL Draft.

Green will earn $10,000 as part of the deal sponsored by GreenPrint Real Estate Group for an exclusive feature interview on TexAgs. The agreement is contracted under the new NIL regulations allowing college athletes to benefit from their name, image, and likeness.

“We were pleased with our July event with Isaiah Spiller and Demani Richardson, and we will continue to explore new ways to work with A&M athletes that are beneficial to them and make sense for TexAgs,” said TexAgs Co-owner and Executive Editor Billy Liucci. “We’re excited to have this opportunity to work with Kenyon and get his perspective on the upcoming season and his future, which is obviously very bright.”

GreenPrint owners Geoff Myers and Randy Hightower explained their interest in sponsoring these events: “As Aggie business owners, we embrace any opportunity to support local student athletes and the Aggie community as a whole. With the collegiate athletic landscape rapidly changing, GreenPrint is thrilled to partner with TexAgs and A&M athletes in this exciting new endeavor.”

GreenPrint Real Estate Group specializes in buyer and seller representation, listing, and marketing of residential and investment properties in the Brazos Valley. As a boutique firm, GreenPrint tailors each buying or selling process individually to meet the unique objectives of each client.

TexAgs is an independent media company covering Texas A&M and college athletics, reaching more than 650,000 monthly viewers. TexAgs is not affiliated with Texas A&M University.

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TexAgs, GreenPrint Real Estate partner for NIL event with Kenyon Green

3,832 Views | 8 Replies | Last: 2 mo ago by Jarrin' Jay
NewOldAg
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Any one keeping score of who is winning the NIL race? Cause it might be A&M.
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NewOldAg said:

Any one keeping score of who is winning the NIL race? Cause it might be A&M.


Kenyon Green getting that green from Greenprint.
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Unfortunately I think Bama and a few others have quite the lead in terms of bigger buck endorsements. Saban already has said Byrce Young is near $1M. No telling what Phil Knight is doing to help Oregon. I do think A&M is ahead of many others but everyone is scrambling.

There will be a few million dollar endorsements soon enough IMO. Imagine Johnny or Trevor Lawrence endorsement deals. Arch Manning will get national endorsement deals for sure. I sure hope all this doesn't hurt the future of our recruiting. Time to see if the big money guys can help out! Wish I was one of them!! Lol.
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NewOldAg said:

Any one keeping score of who is winning the NIL race? Cause it might be A&M.


I can see a couple skill players picking up some chedda over the course of the season.
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NewOldAg said:

Any one keeping score of who is winning the NIL race? Cause it might be A&M.

Did you miss the news about the Clemson QB signing with Dr Pepper to be featured in Fansville ads?
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That's cool for him. But I think we're talking about a single person at Clemson. By my count, A&M has had more players sign deals to agency firms and $10k deals than most other schools.
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Not sure if we'll get a leaderboard, but I think Bama/Clemson/OhioSt have had the highest profile signings, and I'm sure BYU getting all their walk-ons comped is a pretty chunk of change as well
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There was a Premium post (that I can't access) asking if TexAgs members would pay a monthly $$ subscription toward NIL.

I think that is a good idea if it can be split evenly amongst the entire squad. Don't know if that was a staff post or what, but definitely worth looking into. and putting together.

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