With players allowed to make money off of name, image and likeness deals since July 1, it wasn’t going to be long before college athletes around the country start taking advantage of this opportunity.

For Alabama, it was only a matter of time for them to do it with a sports marketing agency.

Wide receiver John Metchie, running back Brian Robinson, corner Josh Jobe, and safety Jordan Battle signed with the agency GSE Worldwide on Monday night, AL.com reported.

Not only will the agency be managing those players, but they have some NFL talent that they work with as well.

Former Alabama players, including Miami Dolphins wide receiver Jaylen Waddle and Minnesota Vikings tight end Irv Smith Jr are also signed with GSE Worldwide.

The rule set by the NCAA states NIL deals are allowed as long as they don’t take part in negotiating contracts with professional teams if they make it to that level.

This comes shortly after quarterback Bryce Young signed with CAA. Other Crimson Tide players that have signed with other agencies include wide receiver Traeshon Holden signing with Roc Nation Sports, and guard Javion Cohen signing with Rosenhaus Sports.