NIL cash flow climbs to $1M for Alabama QB Bryce Young

Not yet a starting quarterback, the NIL era already is Bryce as nice at Alabama.Sophomore Bryce Young has an offer for a $1 million agreement, head coach Nick Saban said of the presumed Crimson Tide heir to Mac Jones, and he’s already holding a series of deals worth a combined $800,000, ESPN reported.Young has only disclosed one such agreement — with CashApp — though the total value he can receive for using his name, image and likeness was not made public.ESPN reported Thursday that Young is weighing other offers — yes, more than one — that would be worth more than $1 million apiece.The NIL ruling in July that opened the college football amateur landscape to such financial agreements has caused an immeasurable ripple effect. On Wednesday, the top college football prospect in the country, Texas quarterback Quinn Ewers, said he was likely to skip his senior year of high school and early enroll at Ohio State to capitalize on potential for nearly $1 million in NIL deals as a 17-year-old.Young attempted only 22 passes last season as Jones put up a record-setting year for the undefeated Crimson Tide. But Saban said at SEC media days that the NIL policy has opened new doors for top college players.