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  • Writer's pictureCody Robinson

Robinson Team Real Estate Inks NIL Deal with Texas A&M Aggie DB Jaylon Jones

Robinson Team Real Estate and TexAgs are partnering for a multi-appearance NIL agreement with Texas A&M cornerback Jaylon Jones. The sophomore from Cibolo Steele High School has started every game of his college career and quickly become the kind of defensive back who shuts off one side of the field for opposing offenses.

Jones will make multiple interview appearances on throughout the year as part of the deal sponsored by Robinson Team Real Estate, LLC. The agreement is contracted under the new NIL regulations allowing college athletes to benefit from their name, image, and likeness.

“We have been thrilled with the work we’ve done so far with athletes and sponsors,” said TexAgs Co-owner and Executive Editor Billy Liucci. “These agreements create opportunities that benefit everyone involved. We’re excited to add Jaylon’s voice to the mix and grateful for sponsors who make it possible.”

Robinson Team Real Estate owner Cody Robinson (‘95) explained why his company was interested in this partnership: “We are proud to be an Aggie-owned business that operates based on the principles we learned at A&M. The Aggie Network has provided so many loyal clients to us over the past 15 years. We want to show younger Ags like Jaylon that the Aggie Network will be there for him as well. We are supporting a true LOCK DOWN corner, and we work every day to lock down great deals for buyers and lock down the highest prices for our sellers!”

Robinson Team Real Estate specializes in the representation of residential buyers and sellers in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area. Owners Cody and Teresa Robinson (‘94), along with their team of agents, have been recognized as top performers in the Metroplex and have been named to the prestigious Aggie 100. The company operates on two overriding principles: Tell the truth, and do the right thing!

TexAgs is an independent media company covering Texas A&M and college athletics, reaching more than 650,000 monthly viewers. TexAgs is not affiliated with Texas A&M University.


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