Top Fan Deals of December

Student-athletes played a crucial role in helping supporters give perfect gifts this holiday season while earning a little extra too. Between fall seasons wrapping up, athletes heading to winter break, and football bowl season right around the corner, December was a big month for NIL deals from fans. Let’s dive into some of our favorite December deals.

Amari DeBerry | UConn Basketball

UConn Women’s Basketball Sophomore, Amari DeBerry, has completed several video shoutouts thanks to the UConn NIL Marketplace launch. From making a fan’s birthday wish come true to wishing a young fan the best of luck on her season, DeBerry has been able to make the most of her season and has let fans know she’s willing to connect via Opendorse for opportunities by making her profile easily accessible on her Instagram profile.

Cam Lancaster | TCU Soccer

A perfect surprise for a youth sports team is having a college athlete show their support and let a team know they’re cheering them on. Cameron Lancaster from TCU Women’s soccer was a good luck charm for the Fort Worth Flames youth soccer team and came through with a pre-tournament message and a congrats video after they won the tournament.

Brandon Coleman | TCU Football

Football is quickly turning into a global game. Ahead of the Big 12 Football Championship, fans in Germany requested a message from TCU football sophomore Brandon Coleman. This deal helped Coleman connect with from across the world!

Courtney Wallace | Nebraska Softball

From birthdays to holidays, autographs make the perfect for fans that want a physical gift and it’s a NIL activity that is easy for student-athletes to complete. This is a great example from Nebraska Softball student-athlete, Courtney Wallace.

Chase Yoder | Providence Hockey

Autographs are a great NIL activity for athletes from all sports to promote and participate in. Chase Yoder from Providence Men’s Hockey was able to provide an autograph game-used puck to a loyal Providence Hockey fan.



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