Justin Field’s Sister Jaiden Joins WWE’s ‘Next In Line’ Program On Path To Stardom

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The WWE just announced the newest class of college athletes in its ‘Next In Line’ NIL program. WWE says this ‘award-winning NIL program provides a clear pathway from collegiate athletics to WWE.’

Previous Next In Line program inductees include Miami Basketball’s Cavinder Twins who are ranked as having the 4th and 5th highest NIL valuations in women’s collegiate sports.

On Thursday, WWE announced 15 new members of the Next In Line program including Jaiden Fields, sister of Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields. Jaiden Fields currently plays softball for Georgia and announced the new WWE partnership on her Instagram.

Here’s Jaiden Fields at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta supporting her brother Justin:

WWE announced this new Next In Line class, the future of WWE, includes 15 athletes from 14 schools. Amongst the class is “two-time NCAA All American wrestler Greg Kerkvliet from Penn State University, four-time NCAA National Champion thrower Turner Washington from Arizona State University and NCAA Champion hurdler Alia Armstrong from Louisiana State University.”

Since launching the Next In Line program in December 2021, WWE has signed 46 athletes to its NIL program.

Jaiden Fields is currently a redshirt Senior at the University of Georgia. As a redshirt Junior, she started in 51 games and appeared in 55 games. She hit .331 on the season including hitting .417 (5-for-12) with four RBI in the NCAA Regional.