Been craving an officially licensed Bryce Young Alabama Nike jersey? All-in on Caleb Williams being the savior of the USC program and need to wear his No. 13? Ready to jump on the Quinn Ewers bandwagon at Texas by rocking his No. 3 jersey?
Well, now you can.
Fans of more than 40 different schools can now purchase officially licensed merchandise featuring player names after Fanatics launched its NIL jersey program storefront on Thursday. Nike, Under Armour and adidas jerseys are available. The first wave of 20 schools are live now with the remaining 20-plus schools and players set to launch over the next several weeks.
The program was announced in February as a collaboration between Fanatics and OneTeam Partners. Since then, more than 4,300 student-athletes across more than 40 schools have opted into the group licensing agreement.
A Fanatics spokesperson would not reveal financial details of the NIL deals with the players.
Many of the country’s best featured with custom NIL jerseys
The first wave of players and schools went live Thursday morning and featured some of the biggest names in college football.
Top players found in the Fanatics NIL jersey program storefront included Young, Maryland quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa, Florida quarterback Anthony Richardson, Penn State defensive back Ji’Ayir Brown, Florida State defensive back Jammie Robinson, LSU receiver Kayshon Boutte, Oklahoma State quarterback Spencer Sanders and many more.
Other top players found in the online storefront:
- Texas A&M’s Conner Weigman
- Notre Dame’s Tyler Buchner
- Georgia’s Nolan Smith
- Alabama’s Dallas Turner
- Notre Dame’s Brandon Joseph
- Miami’s Tyler Van Dyke
- South Carolina’s Austin Stogner
- Oregon’s Bo Nix
- Oklahoma’s Dillon Gabriel
- North Carolina’s Drake Maye
According to Fanatics, fans can shop for NIL jerseys across the Fanatics network including Fanatics.com, many official school store e-commerce sites, and select Barnes & Noble campus bookstore sites, which are operated by Fanatics. Select Fanatics stadium stores including Texas, Oklahoma, LSU and Alabama will also have jerseys.