Caitlin Clark NIL claims get Darren Rovell community recognition twice. 

A discussion on Caitlin Clark's potential earnings in the WNBA compared to returning to Iowa for another year erupted as she considered her options for the draft.  

During her time at the Hawkeyes, she inked several high-profile NIL deals, but instead of using her COVID-19 year, she plans to advance her abilities.  

After Clark made her decision public on Thursday night, sports business reporter Darren Rovell implied that she would have to forgo a compensation raise in order to declare for the draft.

Furthermore, he described NIL as "essentially a salary" due to agreements reached through collectives; X's Community Notes offered clarification on both assertions.  

While in Iowa City, Clark has assembled a strong NIL portfolio, but she hasn't inked a contract with the Swarm Collective, which focuses on Hawkeyes.  

Represented by Excel Sports Management, she will be able to maintain endorsement agreements with major companies like Nike, Gatorade, and State Farm whenever she joins the WNBA.

She is now predicted to go to the Indiana Fever as the No. 1 overall pick.  

As Clark got closer to setting the NCAA all-time scoring record, she became the buzz of college basketball. On February 15, she broke Kelsey Plum's record, and she's getting close to Pete Maravich's Division I mark.  

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