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Name: Sean Rhyan 
College: UCLA     Number: 74
Height: 6-5   Weight: 323
Position: OT  Pos2: OG
Class/Draft Year: So/2023

40 Low: 5.17
   40 Time: 5.32
  40 High: 5.44
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Height: 6046
Weight: 323

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 Sean Rhyan, UCLA, Player News

  10/02/19 - OT Sean RhyanSo/2023, UCLA, 6-5, 323 (DS#6 OT) + More +

  UCLA coach Chip Kelly was succinct when asked his opinion of California’s new law that would allow college athletes to be paid for the use of their names and likenesses. “It doesn’t matter what we think. It’s the law,” Kelly said. The Pac-12 Conference has condemned the law, which was signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom on Monday. Coaches across the league were uncertain about what it might mean for them, especially in terms of recruiting. Four of the league’s teams are located in California: Stanford, Cal, UCLA and USC.

The law does not take effect until 2023. The schools would not pay the players for their likenesses, but players could be compensated by outside companies. Other states are considering similar legislation. Kelly wasn’t alone among his Pac-12 counterparts in his pragmatism. Almost all of the league’s coaches responded that they were taking a wait-and-see approach to the issue when asked about it. The conference, however, was clear. “This legislation will lead to the professionalization of college sports and many unintended consequences related to this professionalism, imposes a state law that conflicts with national rules, will blur the lines for how California universities recruit student-athletes and compete nationally, and will likely reduce resources and opportunities for student-athletes in Olympic sports and have a negative disparate impact on female student-athletes,” the Pac-12's statement said. - AP College Football


(DS#6 OT) So/2023 OT Sean RhyanUCLA
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