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More Alabama players getting into NIL marketing, including three offensive linemen

Chris Owens of Alabama looks on at CFP title game for 2020 season
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As we enter the 4th of July weekend, more Alabama players are capitalizing on their likeness.

Pierce Quick, a redshirt sophomore, becomes the first Crimson Tide student-athlete to sign with Barstool Sports as a Barstool Athlete. He is also selling his autographed merchandise on My Gameday Shop. Quick has played in seven career games, including three last season on the offensive line.

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He will compete for one of the starting jobs on the offensive line this season.

Chris Owens, a sixth-year senior, has crafted a business letter that includes the University of Alabama’s compliance team to make sure his marketing is in order. Owens played in 11 games in 2020 with three starts. He filled in admirably for an injured Landon Dickerson in the SEC Championship Game versus Florida. Owens started in the College Football Playoff against Notre Dame and Ohio State at the center position.

Tommy Brown, a redshirt junior, is selling his autographed merchandise on My Gameday Shop.

According to a post he shared on Twitter, fans can buy an autographed hat, ball, or jersey. The 6-foot-7, 320-pounder is the running to potentially start on the offensive line for the Crimson Tide in the fall.

Malachi Moore and Paul Tyson are also taking advantage of My Gameday Shop.

Both players are selling autographs and other items.

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Stephen M. Smith is the managing editor and senior writer for Touchdown Alabama Magazine.  You can “like” him on Facebook or “follow” him on Twitter, via @CoachingMSmith.

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