Mikey Williams signs NIL deal expected to 'generate millions' for high school basketball star


Explosive scoring guard won't be eligible for the NBA draft until 2024 and still has nearly two years to decide on college basketball or a pro pathway. Yet his massive social media following has allowed Williams to become the first prep basketball star to sign with a major sports representation agency to pursue NIL endorsements and sponsorships. (ESPN.com)

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Mikey Williams signs NIL deal expected to 'generate millions' for high school basketball star


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