Hurts has been the epitome of performance as of late leading his Philadephia Eagles to a 2-0 record at the start of the season. His showing against the Vikings proved that the young quarterback’s rise has just begun. McCain, the five-star shooting guard and Duke commit joins an impressive roster of athletes including Eagles QB Jalen Hurts and Miami Hurricanes basketball players Haley and Hanna Cavinder. By adding the young guard to their growing roster Champs is securing itself as one of the leaders in athletic support throughout every league, especially with the introduction of the new NIL rules.
“We’re excited to begin our partnership with Jared McCain, who has an immensely bright future ahead of him,” said Guy Harkless, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Champs Sports and Eastbay. “At Champs Sports and Eastbay, we believe in supporting student-athletes across all-phases of their career, both on and off the field of play. To that end, we aim to empower student-athletes as they explore the benefits that NIL provides, such as expanding their audience and allowing others to be a part of their journey. We are particularly encouraged to work with young athletes who grew up with Champs Sports and Eastbay who have now become our partners. As NIL evolves, we’re looking forward to growing our roster of athlete partners and continue being a leading example for athlete partnerships in the space.”
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