The college football world has become much different in 2021, with the introduction of the NCAA’s new name, image and likeness rules that allow student-athletes to receive monetary compensation. It’s led to plenty of college stars signing endorsement deals in the past 2 months.

However, just like in professional sports, some college football players are more marketable than others. Those who are big-name players are more likely to have companies approaching them.

If you were wondering who the most marketable college football players were now that these NIL rules are in place, then you’ll be interested in the list created by Opendorse that was shared by Darren Rovell of the Action Network on Twitter on Thursday.

This list ranked the top 25 college football players in terms of NIL value, including the number of total followers they have on social media. The No. 1-ranked player was Oklahoma quarterback Spencer Rattler, who is among the early favorites to win the Heisman Trophy in 2021.

There were 6 SEC players included in the top 25: LSU cornerback Derek Stingley Jr. (No. 8), Alabama quarterback Bryce Young (No. 13), Auburn quarterback Bo Nix (No. 15), Georgia quarterback JT Daniels (No. 16), Alabama wide receiver John Metchie III (No. 23) and LSU safety Jordan Toles (No. 25).

Here’s a look at the full list: