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Michigan DE Mike Morris partners with Fans Meet Idols in NIL effort

Trevor Ritchie05/10/22
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Michigan Wolverines football defensive end Mike Morris will have a bigger role in 2022. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)

Michigan senior defensive end Mike Morris has teamed up with Fan Meets Idols to expand his engagement with football fans. This platform allows its ‘idols’ to offer products and experiences such as apparel, workout routines, video messages, autographs and more. 

Fans Meet Idols, based in Atlanta, started its operation in July 2020 to assist student-athletes in their efforts to profit off name, image and likeness. According to the company’s website, its goal is “to help student-athletes become entrepreneurs while conditioning behaviors of following the rules and giving back to their community.”

Morris has personalized content ranging anywhere from $19.90 to $58.90 with the only exception being business promotion currently price at $499. You can also find links to book an appearance and shop custom Michigan merchandise. The Belle Glade, Fla. native typically takes about seven days to review each request, and his storefront helps raise awareness for the ChadTough Defeat DIPG Foundation which “funds the most innovative, promising research on DIPG.”

ChadTough Defeat DIPG Foundation

DIPG, or childhood diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma, is a glial tumor that impacts roughly 300 children each year. It makes up 10 percent of all childhood central nervous system tumors and 50 percent of all pediatric brain cancer deaths. The foundation is fueled by parents who have unfortunately experienced a pediatric brain cancer diagnosis in their own children and hope to help facilitate the discovery of more effective treatment.

To learn more visit: www.chadtough.org

Michigan DE Mike Morris in 2021

Morris played in all 14 games for Michigan last season with four starts at defensive end. The 21-year-old talent made 17 tackles during his junior campaign along with a shared sack, two pass breakups, one interception and a quarterback hurry. He is a two-time Academic All-Big Ten honoree and a two-time letterman. 

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