USC QB Caleb Williams uses NIL deal on breathtaking gifts for women's basketball team

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

New USC football quarterback Caleb Williams is selfish, right? He's all in it for himself and for the money, and that's why he transferred from Oklahoma to USC, right? These are all things USC fans have been told since Williams made the move to SC. Williams killed the haters with kindness, showing love to the OU fans that trashed him. He's a class-act human being, despite what his critics say.

That was proven even further on Monday, when he used that Beats By Dre NIL deal that his haters used to try to 'prove' that he's only in this for NIL money, to gift the USC women's basketball team with new Beats headphones.

So, the haters were wrong yet again. If Williams is only in it for money, why is he helping out other college athletes at his new school? And they're not even his teammates. He's doing this for players of a completely different sport because he truly does care about the Trojan family.

Caleb Williams is a USC Trojan through and through.

Caleb Williams clearly cares not only about USC football, but the USC Trojan community as a whole. If he's only in this for the money, why is he using this deal to help out student-athletes who don't have as much NIL potential as him? These athletes he gifted Beats to don't have the level and/or amount of deals that Williams has been blessed with.

Williams giving back to them and the Trojan family speaks volumes to who he is as a person. We already knew how good of a quarterback Williams is--he scored 27 touchdowns last year without even starting until the second half of the season, and averaged 9.1 yards per pass attempt and 5.6 yards per rush attempt.

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He's an even better person, however, as is evidenced by this great deed he just paid forward to the Trojan athletic department that he clearly values just as much as he values himself and his own teammates.