Caitlin Clark has always been meticulous on the court when it comes to her shooting for Iowa. She also has paid close attention to detail when it comes to making NIL deals.

Clark added yet another prominent company to her name, image and likeness (NIL) brand by signing with Nike. Clark already has promotions in place with companies such as Hy-Vee, H&R Block, and others.

Nike, arguably the biggest institution when it comes to making NIL deals with college athletes, has always chosen its athletes to represent with caution. Clark said the deal was effortless from her side due to similar thinking.

“I’m pretty selective about who I work with,” Clark said Tuesday at Big Ten Media Days in Minneapolis, via Dargan Southard of Hawkeyes Central. “I think that’s probably a no-brainer for just about anybody in the world. They’re one of the best brands, and obviously a brand that’s so prevalent in basketball and has a lot of athletes that I look up to, especially in the basketball world. I was kind of shocked at first like, ’Oh my gosh, Nike.’ But it’s super cool and I’m super-blessed to have that opportunity.”

Clark said that her parents played a factor in her decision-making skills when it comes to NIL deals. She said that Nike initially reached out to her after last season, and the deal has been in the works for quite some time.

Iowa begins its regular season on Nov. 7 against Southern at home.