The funnier part is that, on the basis of right to ownership of his likeness, Desmond might have a legit claim against people using it for commercial purposes, including the person who took the photo, if that person were to use it for commercial purposes. Obviously, the fact that it was taken while he was a student-athlete, and therefore not entitled to any proceeds during his time as such complicates that simplistic explanation, but still, not sure if that carries over to when he is no longer a student (much the same issues might go into the copyrighting of "Johnny Football"). This will be a very interesting case to follow for any interested in copyright law, given the crossing property interests at stake.
Niko Porikos grew up in an NTDP billet home. Cool story.