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).

The Hilltop Club, a San Francisco based LLC aims to support USF Athletics by helping Dons student-athletes capitalize on their name, image and likeness (NIL) through corporate partnerships and endorsements, building community connections around charitable causes, and fostering professional development and leadership opportunities.

Join The Hilltop Club

The Hilltop Club reflects the values and principles of USF and the San Francisco Bay Area community in compliance with university, NCAA, state and federal policies and legislation.
 

In addition to THC membership benefits, your contribution goes to supporting USF Student-Athlete NIL opportunities focused on three pillars:

  1. Traditional corporate partnerships and product endorsements
  2. Event appearances, social media campaigns, autograph sales, etc.
  3. Charitable and community initiatives focused on volunteering, leadership and professional growth
 

 

Member
$1,000 Contribution

*Two (2) Preseason Kickoff Event Tickets
*THC Embroidered Hoodie
*Invitations to Future THC Events


Silver Member
$2,500 Contribution

*Member benefits+
*Four (4) Kickoff Event Tickets
*Choice of Autographed Item
*Raffle for Two (2) Courtside Seats
*Access to Coach / Players Zoom Call(s)
*Access to a USF MBB Practice / Chalk Talk


Gold Member
$5,000 Contribution

*Silver Member Benefits+
*Invite to THC Private Dinner with Coaches and Players
*One (1) Curated Student-Athlete NIL Experience


Platinum Member
$10,000 Contribution

*Gold Member Benefits+
*Two (2) Curated Student-Athlete NIL Experiences
*VIP USF MBB Roadtrip Experience


“These days, college players are looking for opportunities to earn from their name, image and likeness. The Hilltop Club will give us that ability and more!”

– Khalil Shabazz (G)

“The Hilltop Club helping to connect USF Dons with NIL opportunities is a game changer! It makes USF an even more desirable place than it already was!”

– Tyrell Roberts (G)