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  It might not seem worth it today to spend $10,000 for an hour with Ole Miss quarterback Matt Corral. By the end of the season, Corral bets it'll seem like a bargain. Now that college athletes can profit off their names, Images and likenesses, the landscape of college athletics is changing. Players can make extra cash now from signing autographs, hosting youth camps, starting their own brands and clothing lines, appearing in advertisements or making public appearances, just to name a few options. A website called Dreamfield has become a hub where people and companies can pay hourly rates to hire college athletes to make appearances at private events. Corral has made headlines and created plenty of social media fodder by setting his hourly rate at $10,000 for an appearance.

Corral told the Clarion Ledger no one has bitten on that price yet. That's partially by design. "Honestly I didn't want to, I don't want to say waste my time, but I want to make it worth my time," Corral told The Clarion Ledger. "They can laugh at it all they want. When it comes to the season and I do what I'm supposed to do, I'm going to have the last laugh." Making a quick buck (or 10,000 of them) isn't Corral's goal, even with NIL laws and protections passed. He said setting his dollar amount so high isn't about making money or showing clout. And it's not even an amount he decided on alone. He said he has a team of players, coaches and advisers he trusts that helps him navigate the new and complicated waters of the NIL era. - The Clarion Ledger

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