As Alabama’s presumed new starting quarterback, Bryce Young figures to be one of the most prominent players in college football. It’s no surprise that Young is ready to take advantage of the new opportunities to profit off of his name, image and likeness.

Young returned to Twitter on Friday for the first time since 2019. After announcing his return to the social media platform, he tweeted that he has signed his first partnership with Cash App.

The Cash App announcement following reports that Young has signed with talent and sports agency CAA to handle his NIL deals.