Duke Blue Devils forward and presumed No. 1 overall draft pickDuke Blue Devils forward and presumed No. 1 overall draft pick, Zion Williams, hasn't even steppe onto the court yet and has already received a $20 million shoe deal offer with MoneYatti and a film role courtesy of Master P and Romeo, conditional on Williamson's Duke Blue Devils forward and presumed No. 1 overall draft pick hasn't stepped foot onto the court yet and already has been offered a $20 million shoe deal with MoneYatti and a film role courtesy of Master P and Romeo. According to TMZ Sports, the father-son duo's offer is conditional on Williamson's planned arrival to the New Orleans Pelicans. "I know Zion gonna get a big shoe deal from Nike or Adidas or whatever. We gonna get him a deal just to have to wear shoes outside of basketball," Master P said. "Just to wear it on the side, not in the game, I'm saying $20 million." According to calculations, Williamson's shoe deal profits could exceed $100 million.
Master P and Romeo also mentioned they're willing to find a role for Williamson in the sequel to their film I Got The Hook-Up 2, which premieres in July. "I have a beautiful idea, we need to get Zion in I Got The Hook-Up 3." The New Orleans business man isn't wasting time over whether or not Williamson can act, they're confident he can be taught and will bring a great aspect to the film. Prior to Williamson signin any sponsorship contracts, he must sign an agent. Sean Deveney of Sporting News reported that several agencies are ready to sign the rookie. "Among those were Creative Artists Agency, Roc Nation, Klutch Sports and BDA Sports. While Williamson's family will still lean heavily on Wells for advice, the goal for choosing an agency is, according to a source, 'one that can be most effective at building his brand,'" he wrote. Williamson and his family are nearing a decision, which will be possibly as early as next week.