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Olivia Dunne, LSU gymnast, may become first college athlete to earn $1 million with new NIL.

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This week, the NCAA made it possible for its student athletes to make money off of their name, likeness, and image (NIL).

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The anticipated highest earner at the moment is a sophomore gymnast on the Bayou, not a standout football or basketball player.  

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Olivia Dunne, a gymnast at LSU from New Jersey, has 1.1 million Instagram followers.  

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This is one venue where athletes might potentially make money. 

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She has more than 5 million total followers when you include her 3.9 million TikTok followers. 

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Athletes can earn money through the new NIL criteria in a few simple ways, including those two social media networks.  

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College athletes are permitted by Louisiana state law to make money off of their names, likenesses, and photographs.

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It is possible for athletes to receive support for their social media posts. This is an example of what athletes could be able to make, as stated by Opendorse CEO Blake Lawrence. 

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