- Nae'Qwan Tomlin attends NCAA Elite Men's Basketball Student-Athlete Symposium
- The symposium focuses on educating college players about the expectations and responsibilities of being a professional athlete
- Tomlin represents K-State and is the only Big 12 representative at the event
Kansas State Wildcat, Nae’Qwan Tomlin, attends the NCAA Elite Men’s Basketball Student-Athlete Symposium at the NCAA headquarters in Indianapolis. The symposium educates college players on the expectations and responsibilities of being a professional athlete and provides insights into post-professional career opportunities. Tomlin was the only Big 12 representative at the symposium and the first Wildcat to attend since 2017. This is the seventh year of the symposium, designed for football and men’s basketball student-athletes interested in continuing their playing careers professionally.
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