UCF kicker Brian De La Haye gives up soccer in to earn cash off of YouTube videos

UCF kicker Brian De La Haye has determined to provide up soccer rather than quit creating promotion cash from video clips on YouTube that he created.
The school launched a declaration Thursday saying De La Haye did not agree to the circumstances of a waiver obtained from the NCAA and has been decided ineligible to contend. The declaration said UCF authorities petitioned the NCAA on De La Haye's aspect and got the regulating body system to allow De La Haye to keep to benefit from video clips that did not illustrate him as a student-athlete. But the YouTube video clips that illustrate him as a student-athlete would have to transmitted on a non-monetized consideration.
UCF spokesperson Andrew Seeley said he is unclear what portion of the contract De La Haye did not believe. De La Haye, who is from Slot St. Lucie, California, could not be achieved for opinion.
The school started analyzing in the springtime whether or not the video clips, and the reality De La Haye created cash from them, were an NCAA breach. NCAA guidelines prevent student-athletes from earning cash off of their pictures.
De La Haye, an advertising and promotion significant, created several video clips, some illustrating his life and some that handled his encounters on the soccer group. Some of his video clips had more than 50,000 opinions, though it is unclear how much cash De La Haye created.
As a sophomore last year, De La Haye showed up in all 13 of the Knights in combat activities as a start professional. He had 73 kickoffs amassing 4,441 metres, calculating 60.8 metres per punch and completed 37 contact supports.