Toledo football’s Koback signs NIL deal with Habitec

The Springfield High School graduate is one of the first Rockets to sign an endorsement deal under the new NCAA-NIL policy.

TOLEDO, Ohio – University of Toledo football player Bryant Koback has signed his first advertising deal with Toledo company Habitec Security.

The Springfield High School graduate is one of the first Rockets to sign an advertising contract under the NCAA’s new NIL rules.

The running back from Toledo and a native of Northwest Ohio found the perfect addition to a Toledo owned and operated company.

“My sponsorship with Habitec is special to me because it is my first partnership in my hometown and I feel blessed to have such an opportunity in Toledo,” said Koback. “It’s especially important to me because I’ve grown up in Toledo all my life, so it’s special to work with a company that offers so much support. It shows how much support Habitec has for our community and local athletes. “

“As a long-term partner of the University of Toledo, we are excited to have the opportunity to work with student athletes to promote our service to the communities in which we operate,” said John Smythe, CEO and owner of Habitec Security. “We are excited to add Bryant to our team as our first NIL sponsorship company for Habitec. He’s a great person, a nationally recognized running back, and grew up playing high school football in the back yard of Habitec at Springfield High School. “

🚨Toledo running back Bryant Koback has signed a NIL deal with Habitec Security. The Springfield graduate is one of the first Rockets to sign a deal. Habitec is headquartered in Toledo. Koback is a Springfield HS graduate. It’s a perfect fit.

– Jordan Strack (@JordanStrack) August 25, 2021

For the third year in a row, Koback was added to the watchlist of the Doak Walker Award, which is given to the nation’s best running back.

He has stormed 2,500 yards and 30 touchdowns in his Rockets career.

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