Boston College “Friends of the Heights” Foundation Names Malcolm Huckaby to Advisory Board

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Former NBA Player and Sports Analyst Joins NIL Nonprofit Organization as Advisory Council Member

Friends of the Heights (FHF), a fan-driven and alumni-led foundation with a mission to service the Name, Image and Likeness (NIL) needs of Boston College student-athletes through partnerships with community nonprofit organizations, is pleased to welcome Malcolm Huckaby to the foundation’s Advisory Council.

As a Boston College Alumni, former NBA player and ESPN basketball analyst, Huckaby brings unparalleled knowledge and passion to the foundation that is committed to supporting Boston College student-athletes by maximizing opportunities for them to build their brand and earn compensation while also supporting their local communities.

“We are thrilled to have Malcolm join the FHF Advisory Council,” said Scott Mutryn, member of the FHF Board of Directors and former Boston College quarterback. “Malcolm’s spirit, integrity and extensive experience will provide an invaluable asset on the advisory board.”

Huckaby was a standout basketball player at Boston College, where he graduated in 1994. He helped lead BC to the NCAA Tournament in 1994, finishing in the Elite Eight. Following graduation, Huckaby played basketball professionally for the Miami Heat and in Europe. In 2015, Huckaby was inducted into the ACC Basketball Legends. Huckaby has served ESPN as a men’s college basketball analyst since 2012.

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About Friends of the Heights (FHF)

Friends of the Heights (FHF) is a foundation formed in early November 2022 by a group of Boston College alumni and friends with a mission to service the NIL needs of Eagles student-athletes through community-oriented non-profit organizations.

Student-athletes that participate in the program select a community-oriented charitable organization to donate their time, name, image and likeness. The charity receives the benefit of the student athlete’s time and/or use of the student athlete’s image. In exchange, the student-athlete receives a stipend, funded by donations from individuals and/or organizations.

FHF is independent from Boston College, as the University is prohibited from arranging third party compensation for student athletes and their NIL contracts.

FHF is responsible for receiving donor contributions, managing payments to student athletes, maintaining the fund’s tax-exempt status and reporting to donors.

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