Douglas ranks No. 4 in social media buzz among Olympians, after Michael Phelps, British diver Tom Daley and Ryan Lochte, according to analytics company Bluefin Labs. There were 647,000 comments about her on August 2, the day she won the All-Around gold. NBC said Monday that Douglas, nicknamed the “Flying Squirrel,” was the most-clicked athlete on its Olympics website. More than 18 million people clicked on highlights of Douglas — that’s roughly 1½ times more than the second-most viewed athlete, Michael Phelps. Based on what previous All-Around winners have taken home in endorsements, Douglas could expect to make between $8 million and $12 million over the next four years. But even Shade says that projection might be high. “Gabrielle competes in 2016, so she will not have the time to make appearances and/or endorse products as much,” Shade said. “However, the next six months will be very lucrative.” So what categories most interest the 16-year-old? Shade says she likes orange juice and peanut butter, loves technology and fashion and is ready to pitch a car brand. “She is about to get her license,” Shade said.