Antonio Cromartie is currently an assistant on Jimbo Fisher’s staff, serving as the cornerbacks coach at Texas A&M.

He also had a lengthy NFL career, making it to 4 Pro Bowls and leading the league in interceptions in 2007 after being a first-round draft pick in 2006.

On Tuesday night, he took to Twitter to give some advice to players in today’s era of Name, Image and Likeness (NIL) money:

The NIL era is still new in the college football world. Players are still figuring things out, as are coaches, schools, agents, businesses, etc.

But, Cromartie’s advice rings true — work to be the best player you can be and the money should follow.