We are six days from the 2021 NFL Draft and former Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence is already making a lot of money.
Last week, The Clemson Insider was able to confirm Lawrence inked an endorsement deal with Adidas. On Friday, we confirmed he signed a deal with Gatorade.
He is reportedly going to make $2 million dollars on the Gatorade deal.
The All-American is the first quarterback Gatorade has signed since Cam Newton in 2012, his second year in the league. He joins a Gatorade Family that includes star athletes from other sports like Zion Williamson, Jason Tatum, Fernando Tatis Jr., and Sydney McLaughlin.
“I have always thought orange was a good look! Great things come from having great people around you,” Lawrence said on Instagram Friday morning after Gatorade officially announced the deal.
Some think Lawrence can make anywhere from $5-7 million in endorsement deals as a rookie.
Lawrence is presumed to be the No. 1 overall pick in the NFL Draft, which begins next Thursday in Cleveland.
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