SEC QB Makes NIL HISTORY With First-Ever Deal Of Its Kind … If This Is Where We’re At What Could Possibly Come Next??

The Ole Miss Rebels will enter the 2024 season with sky-high expectations. 

With the field expanding to 12-teams, it would be a colossal disappointment if Lane Kiffin’s Rebels don’t make the playoffs. 

For them to do so, however, they’re going to need quarterback Jaxson Dart to play up to his potential.

With one of the best transfer classes in all of college football coming in, Dart and the offense are expected to make a whole lot of noise come this coming fall in Oxford. 

Being the quarterback of one of the top teams in the country certainly comes with perks, especially in this brand-new age of NIL.

Sure enough, the 20-year-old Dart is taking full advantage … As a matter of fact, he just struck a historic NIL deal – one that’s never been done before.

Dart has become the very first college athlete to partner with a private aviation company…

“Proud to partner with Jaxson Dart, the nation’s first college athlete to be aligned with an international private aviation company. Welcome to our team, @JaxsonDart!” Nicholas Air announced on X.

Financial details of the deal were not disclosed, but reports indicate that Dart will have access to Nicholas Air’s fleet of jets for various purposes, including travel, training, and philanthropy.

The deal reportedly grants Dart hours of access to Nicholas Air’s jets, ensuring that he can navigate his senior season at Ole Miss with style and efficiency.

Dart’s trajectory to becoming a sought-after athlete both on and off the field is evident.

Last season, he threw for 3,364 yards, 23 touchdowns, 5 interceptions and completed his passes at a solid 65% clip.

Nicholas Air’s decision to partner with Dart underscores his immense potential and marketability.

The company, founded in 1997 by Nicholas Correnti, has established itself as a leader in private aviation, offering unparalleled safety, reliability, and convenience to its clientele.

With Dart now on board, Nicholas Air adds another notable athlete to its roster of satisfied clients, which includes former NFL quarterback Eli Manning and professional golfer Daniel Berger.

For Dart, the NIL deal with Nicholas Air represents more than just a business partnership; it symbolizes a new era in college athletics where athletes have the opportunity to leverage their talents and image for mutual benefit.

What are your thoughts on Dart as a quarterback?

Do you buy Ole Miss as legitimate national championship contenders?

As far as NIL deals are concerned, what’s the coolest one you’ve seen so far???