Ohio State football Cade Stover signs NIL deal with Ag-Pro Companies – The Columbus Dispatch

  • October 30, 2022

For Cade Stover’s latest NIL deal, he returned to his family farm.
The Ohio State tight end posted a video with Ag-Pro Companies on social media, advertising John Deere’s latest combine harvesters for one of its dealers.
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“To have the opportunity to sit and a actually drive a piece of equipment I’ve dreamed of driving my whole entire life, and to be able to help my dad and the family farm, it means the world to me,” Stover said. I grew up sitting in John Deere combines my whole entire life, waiting for the day I could drive one and hopefully own one one day.”
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Stover is having a career year for the Buckeyes in 2022.
The Mansfield native and Lexington High School graduate is third on Ohio State with 18 catches for 231 yards, bringing in his first two career touchdown receptions against Wisconsin Sept. 24.
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However, after football is over for Stover, where some view him as a first-round pick heading into the 2023 NFL draft, he’s aiming to own a farm of his own.
“It’s really all I’ve ever known, to be honest with you,” Stover said. “That’s everything I’ve ever done is just farm, and in my opinion, it’s the best way to raise a family. It’s the most pure form of life you can probably get.”
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