Nebraska Football is going to be receiving some star power behind heir future NIL efforts. For someone that has already done a lot to give back, to be looking to continue to help with this newest aspect in college sports, is much welcomed news. In this era of alumni bases and influential people, collaborating to put their backing behind much-needed funding for their respective programs, his knowledge will provide greatly valued input.
Nebraska Football In NIL
At the volleyball championship game in Tampa Bay, Ndamukong Suh could be seen in the crowds, Taking some time to speak with Athletic Director, Trev Alberts, the AD would later reveal the intent of Suh to be more involved in Nebraska Football operations in the near future.
On his weekly radio show, Trev Alberts talked about how Suh is going to get involved in Nebraska football's NIL. "As he’s thinking about life post playing in the National Football League and what that looks like, he’s got some ideas, he’s got some things."
Not only is Suh one of the most recognized former Nebraska Football players, but he is also continuing to stack up off-field success as well.
"As he’s thinking about life post playing in the National Football League and what that looks like, he’s got some ideas, he’s got some things."- Trev Alberts
Nebraska Football business ventures
It is widely known that Suh is one of the more hands on, and active football players in business, always looking for opportunities, or to learn more about his current business interests. Learning from one of the best to ever do it, Warren Buffett, Suh is building his own portfolio.
Including spaces in real estate, and the hospitality industry, while the former Nebraska Football lineman waits for a chance to help a contending NFL team, Suh has always looked to extend his knowledge to others. His Suh Family Foundation reaches out to students, teaching the upcoming generation in personal financial workshops.
Nebraska Football direct involvement
While as of now, the universities are not allowed to directly be involved in any potential NIL ongoings, they are allowed to steer athletes in the right direction, and help to connect students with other professionals.
Safe to say that Ndamukong Suh qualifies as a recognized and welcomed outside voice. What his exact role, or what possible exact opportunities he has in mind is not known at the moment.
"I think he's going to be involved some way, somehow in Nebraska athletics."- Trev Alberts
Whatever capacity, Suh will offer student athletes a unique opportunity. An opportunity to not only be able to capitalize on their NIL, but to also make sustained economic decisions that will benefit them for the rest of their lives. And it could be a big Nebraska football boost.