UCLA Football Star Chase Griffin Donates Money From His NIL Deals To Community Organizations
In 2022, Griffin became the NIL Summit’s first-ever male athlete of the year after racking up endorsements and community service partnerships, Sports Illustrated reported. So far, he has had advertisement campaigns with Degree, Shell, Discord, and Boost Mobile.
“This award recognizes the male student-athletes that have exhibited the best use of their Name, Image, and Likeness,” NIL Summit described, according to the outlet. “Judges will consider student-athletes that have best leveraged their NIL across multiple activations, platforms and campaigns to create maximum impact for their partners.”