The NIL era in college athletics has presented individuals and companies looking to strike NIL deals with women’s college basketball players with a common and consistent question: Where do we even start?
Our database of college basketball players’ social-media accounts includes every Division I player in the country. It lists their Twitter and Instagram accounts and the number of followers they have on those platforms. The follower counts are tracked once every two weeks, allowing our subscribers to see growth rates over weeks, months and seasons.
The database is also sortable — by a player’s year in school, position, number of followers, growth rates over varying lengths of time, state they play in and school they play for.
Here is a sample of Instagram growth rate during the period of Nov. 15, 2021 to Nov. 30, 2021.
Please email Eric Van Dril at email@example.com with any questions, or if you’d like to see a different sample in Excel format.
Note: This database was initially built in the fall of 2021, so follower counts date back to November 15, 2021. Updates will be sent twice-per-month — soon after the updated follower counts have been compiled.
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