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Joe Hampton, a former high school basketball star now playing at Long Beach State, became a fan favorite on Netflix's Season 5 of Last Chance U.

Joe had a long road to get to Long Beach State. His journey included stops at Penn State, Pasadena Community College, East Los Angeles Community College, culminating at Long Beach State where he averaged 10.3 PPG and 4.1 RPG during his first season.

With the new Name, Image, and Likeness guidance adopted by the NCAA effective July 1st, college athletes like Joe can get paid legally for their NIL through avenues like ticket sales, autographs, appearances, and NFT sales. With this one-of-one NFT posted on Joe's Instagram Feed to his 230,000 Instagram followers, collectors and fans can secure a digital asset that is a piece of history for two reasons:

  1. This asset signifies Joe's final stop on his college basketball journey proudly displayed on his social media feed with almost 50,000 likes
  2. This asset will be one of the first NFTs sold that will allow a college athlete to get paid legally for their NIL

Included with this NFT sale is a private 15 minute Zoom call with Joe to talk about anything and everything.

Name, Image, and Likeness Rookie Cards collection image

On July 1st, 2021, the NCAA officially suspended its policy that suspends college athletes for getting paid for promoting their Name, Image, and Likeness. College athletes can now get paid for promoting products and services to their social media, signing autographs, and through sale of their NFTs.

CleanKonnect connects athletes and brands who want to get in front of the huge audiences these college athletes have worked so hard to amass.

The digital art on the CleanKonnect collectible serves as the "rookie card before the rookie card" - these are the original commitment announcements of some of the top athletes in college sports who have starred at the high school, college and eventual professional level.

NFTs are a new and exciting way for how college athletes can get paid for their NIL and for fans and collectors can own a piece of an athlete's journey.

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Token StandardERC-1155
ChainEthereum
MetadataCentralized
Creator Earnings
10%

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Joe Hampton, a former high school basketball star now playing at Long Beach State, became a fan favorite on Netflix's Season 5 of Last Chance U.

Joe had a long road to get to Long Beach State. His journey included stops at Penn State, Pasadena Community College, East Los Angeles Community College, culminating at Long Beach State where he averaged 10.3 PPG and 4.1 RPG during his first season.

With the new Name, Image, and Likeness guidance adopted by the NCAA effective July 1st, college athletes like Joe can get paid legally for their NIL through avenues like ticket sales, autographs, appearances, and NFT sales. With this one-of-one NFT posted on Joe's Instagram Feed to his 230,000 Instagram followers, collectors and fans can secure a digital asset that is a piece of history for two reasons:

  1. This asset signifies Joe's final stop on his college basketball journey proudly displayed on his social media feed with almost 50,000 likes
  2. This asset will be one of the first NFTs sold that will allow a college athlete to get paid legally for their NIL

Included with this NFT sale is a private 15 minute Zoom call with Joe to talk about anything and everything.

Name, Image, and Likeness Rookie Cards collection image

On July 1st, 2021, the NCAA officially suspended its policy that suspends college athletes for getting paid for promoting their Name, Image, and Likeness. College athletes can now get paid for promoting products and services to their social media, signing autographs, and through sale of their NFTs.

CleanKonnect connects athletes and brands who want to get in front of the huge audiences these college athletes have worked so hard to amass.

The digital art on the CleanKonnect collectible serves as the "rookie card before the rookie card" - these are the original commitment announcements of some of the top athletes in college sports who have starred at the high school, college and eventual professional level.

NFTs are a new and exciting way for how college athletes can get paid for their NIL and for fans and collectors can own a piece of an athlete's journey.

Contract Address0x495f...7b5e
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Token StandardERC-1155
ChainEthereum
MetadataCentralized
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10%
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