Zach Harrison, Haskell Garrett and Teradja Mitchell signed autographs Sunday at Conrads at Easton Town Place and got paid for it. Name, Image and Likeness legislation now allows those current Ohio State football players to profit for the first time ever.Though Head Coach Ryan Day doesn't have a number of how many players now have NIL deals, rest assured many do.Ohio State Vice-President and Director of Athletics Gene Smith has called NIL a tremendous learning experience. Harrison echoed that Sunday. "One hundred percent it's real life. I've learned so much in the past month about how to run a business and how to brand and things I never even thought about. I was focused on football and this door opened really and allowed me to sharpen my skills in other places.""It's helped a lot in terms of business," defensive tackle Haskell Garrett told ABC-6. "Instead of doing an internship, you're interning yourself, you are your own CEO, your own brand."Former Buckeye basketball player Brandon Fuss-Cheatham represents Columbus-based NIL Management who signed all three players. "We all had these back door conversations about man what if we could do this or do that. That would be amazing. And the minute you leave the university or done playing you can do whatever you want. So now it's just the perfect blend. A lot of people fought for this right and these guys are the first in history to do this so it's very special, a positive thing. This is amazing and I think the community will back em."Buckeye senior Linebacker Teradja Mitchell is a fashion design major and has branded his efforts with Above the Realm. "This is dope for sure. We are blessed to be in this position," Mitchell told ABC-6. "A lot of college athletes for a long time have been wanting this and I'm just happy to be here and be in this situation."