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What FSU athletes have signed NIL deals?

Keeping tabs on the cash flow

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As the new era of college athletics kicks off with athletes able to earn money off their name, image and likeness, we’re keeping track of what some Florida State athletes are up to.

Dreamfield, a company centered around booking athletes for appearances and co-founded by Florida State Seminoles quarterback McKenzie Milton and Miami (FL) Hurricanes quarterback D’Eriq King, has listings for several Florida State players and their booking fees (some still pending).


QB McKenzie Milton: $2000

LB Amari Gainer: N/A

OL Devontay Love-Taylor: $100

TE Camren McDonald: N/A

WR Joshua Burrell: N/A

TE Jordan Wilson: N/A

QB Chubba Purdy: N/A

QB Gino English: N/A

QB Jordan Travis: N/A

WR Andrew Parchment: $30


SG Matthew Cleveland: N/A

Florida State freshman basketball player Matthew Cleveland has partnered with Yoke Gaming, a platform that allows you to play against athletes in the video game of your choice. FSU transfer wide receiver Andrew Parchment also announced a deal:

Another deal for Cleveland and first for Cam’Ron Fletcher:

Tight end Camm McDonald has launched an apparel company:

If any local business are looking for an FSU athlete to sponsor them:

If they don’t each get five (5) Zinger Mountain Melts, this is a wasted opportunity