Player sponsorships will likely be part of college football in the near future with big changes on the name, image and likeness front in multiple states. For now, however, Alabama players should avoid asking McDonald’s and other businesses for sponsorships.

On Saturday afternoon, Alabama offensive lineman Evan Neal saw a fan’s tweet asking McDonald’s to add an “Evan Meal” to the menu, photoshopping Neal onto a Happy Meal.

Neal quoted the tweet and wrote, “Sponsor me @McDonalds.”

It proved to be a popular tweet, with over 400 likes at the time of publication. The Alabama Compliance replied trying to keep Neal out of trouble with the NCAA, noting they’ll gladly buy an “Evan Meal” if the rules change.

“Actually @McDonalds, please don’t do this. At least not yet,” the account wrote quote-tweeting Neal. “This would jeopardize Neal’s eligibility since current NCAA rules prohibit sponsorship deals for student-athletes. If that ever changes (which it may soon) we’ll be first in line for an Evan Meal!”

Alabama Compliance limited the tweet to where only accounts mention can reply.

How long before Evan Meals are on the menu in Tuscaloosa and around the Yellowhammer State?