adidas today announced the signing of top pro football prospect Trevor Lawrence – the newest member of the Three Stripes family – to a multi-year partnership.
“I’ve always been a fan of adidas and I’m excited to join the team as I take the next step in my career,” said Trevor Lawrence. “adidas’ brand attitude of ‘Impossible Is Nothing’ is a message that really resonates with me both on and off the field. We are building for the future and I can’t wait to see what lies ahead with this partnership.”
“Trevor’s talent and competitive will to succeed on and off the field have us excited to partner with him as he starts his journey in pro football,” said Cameron Collins, Senior Director, Football at adidas.
Trevor Lawrence has no shortage of accolades in his early career, from being named the 2017 High School Football Player of the Year to winning the collegiate national championship in early 2019 while earning offensive MVP honors at the 2019 College Football Playoff National Championship Game.
Trevor Lawrence joins adidas’ pro partners including Patrick Mahomes, Dak Prescott, Aaron Rodgers, JuJu Smith-Schuster.
adidas also inked partnerships this week with other rookies Tutu Atwell, Rashod Bateman, Nico Collins, D’Wayne Eskridge, Travis Etienne, Demetric Felton, Cade Johnson, Jaelan Phillips, Amari Rodgers, Gregory Rousseau, Shi Smith, Amon Ra St. Brown, Sage Surrat, Kadarius Toney and Tylan Wallace.
Join the conversation with @adidasFballUS on Twitter and Instagram using #teamadidas and visit www.adidas.com/us/trevor_lawrence for more information.
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