Ohio Considers Granting HS Athletes NIL Rights

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Ohio High School Athletic Association member schools are set to vote next month on allowing high school athletes to profit from their name, image and likeness.

Ohio wouldn’t be the first to allow high school athletes to engage in NIL deals. Alaska, California, Kansas, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York and Utah have all passed laws allowing NIL right to high school athletes.

According to The Columbus Dispatch, the OHSAA began discussing the matter back in September. By December, the proposal went through an initial review, and a majority vote in May would enact the new policy.

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