“We assist in the development of student-athletes to achieve their maximum potential in all aspects of their college experience with a focus on civic responsibilities and their personal interactions in the community.”
ABOUT THE AAC
What Is The NIL?
With the NCAA’s approval, athletes at universities across the country now have the right to profit off their own Name, Image and Likeness (NIL). If done correctly, this can be an exciting opportunity for student-athletes, as long as the student-athlete’s best interests are at the heart of every decision made. That’s where we come in.
Why We Started AAC
So far, most NIL programs focus solely on the monetization of the athlete and the companies engaging them. AAC is different. We provide each student-athlete a full-time team dedicated to all facets of their college career and most importantly, their future.
The AAC Difference
We do not take a single cent from the student-athlete’s earnings or monetization in any way. Instead, we empower student athletes to change not only their futures, but the future of the communities in which we all live, play and work.
Meet Jordan Walsh
If you love him on the court, you'll love him even more off the court.
Meet Jalen Graham
Jalen chose to work with Samaritan Community Center, a non-profit providing food and other resources to families in need.
Arkansas Men's Basketball Team
The entire team will be supporting the Children's Safety Center this year.
The AAC Family
When a student-athlete signs with AAC they become part of a family. This family is a support system dedicated to building the student-athlete’s image and helping them reach their full potential. They will remain family long after they have played their final game wearing their team jersey.