For better or worse, Name, Image and Likeness (NIL) has changed the world of college football forever.
College athletes now have the opportunity to cash in on their fame in ways that previously would’ve cost them their amateur status.
Some deals seem to be a perfect match and that’s exactly what this is.
We all know Ohio State receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. is one of the best players in all of college football.
Sure, some of that may be genetics coming from a Hall-of-Fame father,
but there is a great deal of hard work that goes into those phenomenal hands as well. And that’s where the pairing happens.
Harrison Jr. announced a new partnership with Monarc and the Seeker machine.
Seeker is a robotic passing machine that allows for multiple balls to be loaded in for more reps.
Up to six balls every nine seconds and can be controlled with a touchscreen or joystick.