Ohio High School Athletic Association members are voting right now on a proposal that would allow high school athletes to benefit from their name, image, and likeness rights (NIL) in the same way that college athletes now can.

What prompted that proposal, and how much of a difference will it make if it passes?

Marcus Hartman of the Dayton Daily News has been following this story for weeks. He joins host Tom Orr to break it all down.

  • How much would most high school athletes benefit from NIL?
  • If Ohio’s proposal passes, and other major football states like Texas, Georgia, and Florida continue to ban NIL for high school athletes, what kind of impact could that have?
  • How soon could this all happen?

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