USC quarterback Caleb Williams is now part-owner of a grooming company called Faculty.
Caleb Williams has not been at USC for very long, but he is really getting into the investment game and the grooming game.
Williams has reportedly invested some money into a grooming brand called Faculty. He is now a part-owner of the brand. The 19-year-old Oklahoma transfer quarterback will be part of advertising “campaigns, collaborations and revenue partnerships.” Williams recently inked his first NIL deal with Beats by Dre. Not even a month into his USC tenure and he is making bank.
There are advantages of moving from Norman, Oklahoma to Los Angeles, California and this seems to be one of them.
USC quarterback Caleb Williams is now part-owner of grooming company
While it is great to see a marquee player like Williams diversify his investing portfolio at such a young age, the best thing he can do for his brand is win and win big at USC. The Trojans have been down for over a decade. Despite being the preeminent West Coast program, the Trojans have not come close to sniffing the College Football Playoff since its creation in the 2014 season.
By following his former Oklahoma head coach Lincoln Riley to Los Angeles, Williams has a huge task to get USC football back to national relevance. It may not be right away, but keep in mind that Williams will only be a true sophomore in 2022. He may only play two years at USC before turning pro, but that might be just enough time to get the Trojans back into the national conversation.
No matter how well he plays, expect Williams to look good while playing for the USC Trojans.