Oregon’s Now the 19th State to Allow Student-Athletes to Benefit from Name, Image, and Likeness at a High School Level

Torrey Prukop  |  Oct 11, 2022

Another state has turned green!

The Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA) approved NIL in their amateurism bylaws yesterday making Oregon 19th to join the list of states allowing student-athletes to profit off their Name, Image, and Likeness.

Similar to other states who have amended their amateurism bylaws regarding NIL, the OSAA has included some restrictions on promotional activities that a student-athlete can participate in, such as any endorsements of illegal substances, weapons, or gambling, and/or any activities relating to improper inducement.

Eccker Sports was happy to provide guidance to the OSAA regarding how other state activities associations amended or reinterpreted their bylaws to allow for NIL at the high school level. To learn more about the updated NIL guidelines per the OSAA, click below to read the meeting minutes.


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