New Kansas Basketball player Hunter Dickinson opened up about why he left the Michigan basketball program, and he was very honest in saying that NIL earnings played a significant role in his decision, via the RoundBall podcast, according to ESPN.
“The people hating on me would leave their job right now for a $10,000 increase,” Hunter Dickinson said, via the RoundBall podcast, according to ESPN. “I got less than six figures at Michigan for the year.”
Dickinson was the top-rated player in the transfer portal, and has an impressive resume from his three seasons at Michigan. He is a three-time All-Big Ten player, according to sports reference.