Indiana charity-based NIL collective, “Hoosiers For Good”, officially announced on Tuesday that it has brokered new NIL deals with 24 Indiana student-athletes that stretch across 10 sports.
Hoosiers For Good is an official NIL collective through a partnership with Indiana University athletics. The new class of 24 will span 10 sports. The sports represented will be: Indiana women’s basketball, football, women’s diving, men’s swimming, volleyball, men’s soccer, women’s soccer, men’s golf, wrestling, and women’s tennis.
This is the second year “Hoosiers For Good” has rolled out its NIL initiatives toward charitable organizations. In the past two years, the collective has partnered with 23 Indiana charitable organizations across the state.
“Hoosiers For Good is proud to continue to partner with several Indiana-based charitable organizations and add a few new partners with this spring’s class. We’re excited for our new group of athletes to raise awareness for the impactful and important work our partners do in our communities and grow as community-minded leaders along the way,” Tyler Harris, executive director of Hoosiers For Good, said in a statement. “Over the last year we’ve had the opportunity to work alongside our charity partners and see firsthand the kind of difference that they make in our communities, and we’re honored to be able to be a small part of it.”
Below is the full class of Indiana student-athletes who have partnered with Hoosiers For Good:
|Be Like Bill||Jamari Sharpe|
|Boys & Girls Clubs of Bloomington||Jacob Mangum-Farrar|
|Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Indiana Chapter||Brendan Burns|
|Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County||Camryn Haworth|
|Indiana Wish||Mackenzie Holmes|
|Jump IN for Healthy Kids||Anne Fowler|
|Monroe County YMCA||Antonio Laidler|
|People and Animal Learning Services (PALS)||Jack Wagoner|
|Stop the Violence Indianapolis||Andison Coby|