By David Cobb, CBS Sports: Over the past year, North Carolina big man Armando Bacot has emerged as the poster child for college basketball players spurning the professional ranks in favor of staying in school to capitalize on their name, image and likeness potential while building a college legacy.
His NIL portfolio reportedly exceeds $500,000, which is competitive to an NBA two-way contract of $508,891 or roughly half of the NBA’s rookie minimum salary.
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NBA Draft 2023: How college basketball's NIL rules give a viable option for pro prospects to return to school
Players must consider many factors as the NCAA's May 31 deadline to withdraw from the NBA Draft looms
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