Penn State signed a multi-year agreement with Topps/Fanatics in order to create trading cards with the NIL’s of current and former players according to Daniel Gallen of 247Sports. Gallen reported the news on Thursday from his Twitter account.

The news was confirmed in a press release from the company. The company will be partnering with more than 100 universities around the country to make this happen. This means that former players like Allen Robinson II and Saquon Barkley could have trading cards if they agree to it.

Here’s what Executive Vice President of Fanatics College Derek Eiler had to say about what inspired the decision:

“Fanatics has been closely monitoring the ever-evolving NIL landscape, and we felt this was the perfect time to launch multiple, strategic college trading card programs that will allow schools and current student-athletes to create new levels of direct engagement with fans across hundreds of the top programs nationwide,” said Derek Eiler, Executive Vice President, Fanatics College. “There are tremendous opportunities for this untapped area of the hobby and to expand further across the collegiate sports landscape.”