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Selfless Caleb Williams uses NIL deal to give USC basketball unforgettable gifts

Evan Desai
Nov 20, 2021; Norman, Oklahoma, USA;  Caleb Williams, USC Football
Nov 20, 2021; Norman, Oklahoma, USA; Caleb Williams, USC Football / Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports
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USC Football QB Caleb Williams once again used his Beats NIL deal to support other student athletes; this time to help the USC men's basketball team. Williams had previously given Beats headphones to the entire USC women's team, and he now has given Beats to the entire men's basketball team ahead of their NCAA Tournament run.

It truly is amazing that there are people who hate on this man. Especially when considering that many of them have hated on him due to claiming that he only transferred to USC because it's apparently an example of him only being in it for himself and trying to make the most possible NIL money.

Fast forward to about a month and a half after he transferred, and he's now used his NIL deal to give astounding gifts to two different USC sports teams that aren't even his. One of the most selfless players in college football, he's the type of kid who's impossible not to root for.

Caleb Williams cares about USC basketball teams and the entire athletic department.

This is yet another example of how needed leaders like Caleb Williams are to this USC athletics program. He cares not only about his teammates, but all Trojans throughout the athletic department. He clearly already knows what the Trojan Family is all about, and he's only been here for about a month and a half.

That completes him as the type of get he was in the transfer portal. We already knew he could play: He scored 27 total touchdowns last year despite not even starting until the second half of the season for OU. He was also the leading Heisman favorite at one point last year despite not starting until the second half.

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It's not just how dominant he is as a football player, though. It's how impressive and important he is as a leader. That leadership clearly extends beyond just the football field and locker room.

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