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Screen Printer Signs Second College Football Quarterback to NIL Deal

The shop has reached a five-figure deal with Coastal Carolina quarterback Grayson McCall.

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Custom apparel printer Native Sons (Myrtle Beach, SC) has struck its second NIL (Name, Image, and Likeness) deal with a college football quarterback, this time inking a one-year, five-figure contract with Coastal Carolina signal-caller Grayson McCall.

The partnership calls for Native Sons to develop an exclusive line of apparel with the quarterback. The deal was facilitated by McCall’s representation at Executive Sports Management, a sports marketing agency.

Along with the apparel, McCall – the 2021 Sun Belt Conference Player of the Year and a dark-horse candidate for this year’s Heisman Trophy – will be an ambassador for the screen printer and make appearances throughout the year at Native Sons events.

Screen Printer Signs Second College Football Quarterback to NIL Deal

“With Coastal Carolina being right in our backyard, it’s a natural fit for us and it will give the CCU fan base the opportunity to purchase apparel designed by a player they know and love. We’ve created some really fun designs,” says Steve Taylor, president of Native Sons.

McCall joins Luke Doty, a quarterback at the University of South Carolina, as a Native Sons spokesperson. Doty signed a multi-year NIL deal with the apparel company in 2021.

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Native Sons’ website includes an NIL application form for athletes who are interested in forging a partnership with the print shop. “Our focus is on student athletes who exhibit character, a positive attitude, give back to their communities, and have a flair for style and fun,” the company says.

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