A series of future states approved legislation at the end of 2020 and early 2021 to establish laws governing how NCAA athletes could benefit from their names, images and similarities. Now some states are distributing those laws after the NCAA finally presented a Nil de Belo-Bones policy last summer.

That means that the states that were ahead of the game now have more restrictions than others that never passed Nil's legislation. Suddenly, they are considering fresh legislation, so they are not left behind in Nil and passed through the recruits that choose more friendly territory with the null.

"In my mind, there really is no benefit to have a state Nil's law right now," said Mit Winter, a Kennyhertz Perry Lawyer, a law firm in Kansas City, Mo.

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