No college player is known to have collected on loss-of-value insurance. Marqise Lee, a Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver who played at Southern California, has sued the insurance giant Lloyd’s of London over his $5 million policy. His lawyer declined to comment.

“If it’s highly unlikely to actually collect, then maybe once again this becomes a great benefit people talk about that really doesn’t enhance the welfare of the student-athlete,” Zola said.

Insurance Doesn’t Eliminate Risk for Top College Athletes Who Forgo Draft

Posted on 9/23/2015
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