Developing NIL Opportunities for USF Dons
A New Era for College Athletics
NCAA student-athletes are now entitled to benefit financially for use
of their name, image, and likeness (NIL).
Our fundraising collective ensures USF Dons can take advantage of the new NIL ecosystem by creating NIL opportunities that will help attract and retain high-profile, student-athletes, ultimately helping to build USF basketball to a national level of prominence and achievement.
Join The Hilltop Club!
- Traditional corporate partnerships and endorsements
- Event appearances, social media campaigns, autograph sales, etc.
- Community initiatives around charitable causes
*NIL Business Partnership Consultation w/THC Executives
*Join via Online Platform
*Partner Directly as a Business
*THC Benefits Consistent with Individual Membership Levels
*Two (2) Tip-Off Event Tickets
*Access to THC pregame receptions (TBD)
*Invitations to Future THC Events
*Member Benefits +
*THC Exclusive Apparel
*Dons Student-Athlete Meet and Greet
*Access to Coach / Players Zoom Calls
*Silver Member Benefits +
*THC Varsity Jacket
*Two (2) Additional Tip-Off Event Tickets (4 total)
*Access to a USF MBB Practice / Chalk Talk
*One (1) Curated Student-Athlete NIL Experience
*Gold Member Benefits +
Invite to THC Private Dinner with Coaches and Players
*Additional Curated Student-Athlete NIL Experience (2 total)
*VIP MBB "Local" Road Trip Experience (TBD)
*VIP Gonzaga / WCC & NCAA Tourney Road Trip Experience
*VIP Access to All THC Events
*Exclusive THC Merchandise
*Multiple, Curated USF Student-Athlete NIL Packages (TBD)
Want to support the Hilltop Club's NIL initiatives with a one-time or recurring contribution? Click below to contribute today!
“These days, college athletes are looking for opportunities to earn money from their name, image and likeness. The Hilltop Club sets up opportunities for us to do that at USF!”
– Khalil Shabazz, 5th year grad student (G)
“The Hilltop Club supporting USF Dons with NIL opportunities is a game changer for USF Basketball! It makes USF an even more desirable destination and players are going to want to come play ball here!”
– Tyrell Roberts, transfer from Washington State (G)