WWE adds 15 new athletes to NIL program

15 new names have been added to WWE's NIL program and they'll have access to the company's Performance Center

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WWE expands their NIL program by adding more names. 

The third class of WWE’s NIL program has been revealed and 15 names are a part of this new class.

A press release issued through WWE’s corporate site notes that the class is highlighted by two-time NCAA All American wrestler Greg Kerkvliet from Penn State University, four-time NCAA National Champion thrower Turner Washington from Arizona State University and NCAA Champion hurdler Alia Armstrong from Louisiana State University. 

Here are the complete list of names in third class:

 

Name

   

 

School

   

 

Sport

   

 

Height/Weight

   

 

Hometown

Abby Jacobs

   

South Alabama

   

Soccer

   

5’ 7”

   

Gulf Breeze, Fla.

Alexandra Jaksec

   

Mary Washington

   

Tennis

   

5’ 4”

   

Pittsburgh, Pa.

Alia Armstrong

   

LSU

   

Track & Field

   

5’ 4”

   

Baton Rouge, La.

Cameron Jones

   

Cincinnati

   

Football

   

6’ 8”, 320 lbs.

   

Hindman, Ky.

Dee Beckwith

   

Kentucky

   

Football

   

6’ 5”, 235 lbs.

   

Florence, Ala.

Greg Kerkvliet

   

Penn State

   

Wrestling

   

6’ 3”, 250 lbs.

   

Inver Grove Heights, Minn.

Isaiah Iton

   

Rutgers

   

Football

   

6’ 2”, 290 lbs.

   

Houston, Texas

Jaiden Fields

   

Georgia

   

Softball

   

5’ 9”

   

Kennesaw, Ga.

Landon Jackson

   

Arkansas

   

Football

   

6’ 7”, 275 lbs.

   

Texarkana, Texas

Mady Aulbach

   

Youngstown State

   

Basketball

   

5’ 3”

   

Slippery Rock, Pa.

Nick Dawkins

   

Penn State

   

Football

   

6’ 4”, 315 lbs.

   

Allentown, Pa.

Otoniel Badjana

   

Pittsburgh

   

Track & Field

   

5’ 11”, 245 lbs.

   

Lisbon, Portugal

Peyton Prussin

   

Life University

   

Wrestling

   

5’ 4”

   

Las Vegas, Nev.

Tori Ortiz

   

Oklahoma State

   

Track & Field

   

5’ 9”

   

Batavia, Ill.

Turner Washington

   

Arizona State

   

Track & Field

   

6’ 5”, 290 lbs.

   

Tucson, Ariz.

To view the fall 2022 class of Performance Center recruits, click here.

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