That didn’t take long.
Just hours after his name was not surprisingly called as the first pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, Trevor Lawrence signed memorabilia was already up for sale as part of a new multi-year deal with Fanatics.
The new Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback and former Clemson Tiger will sign photos, jerseys, helmets and other items, some with inscriptions.
Through the new partnership, Fanatics will become the lone provider of Lawrence’s products spanning both his time at Clemson and the Jaguars.
“I’m really excited to be joining the Fanatics team, especially since they are based here in Jacksonville,” said Lawrence.
Lawrence, the winningest quarterback in Clemson Football history, led the Tigers to three consecutive College Football Playoff appearances and secured the program’s third national title as a freshman in 2018. Despite missing two games during his junior season, Lawrence was named the ACC’s Player of the Year and a Heisman Trophy finalist.
Lawrence joins Fanatics’ roster of exclusive athletes across all sports, including current stars Tom Brady, Joe Burrow, Tua Tagovailoa, Chase Young, Zion Williamson, Sabrina Ionescu, Aaron Judge, Pete Alonso, and Alexander Ovechkin. Former NFL greats that hold similar partnerships with Fanatics include Peyton and Eli Manning, Jerry Rice, Joe Montana and Charles Woodson.
“As a Jacksonville-based company and the official merchandise partner of the Jaguars, it’s incredibly exciting to welcome Trevor to the Fanatics family,” said Fanatics executive vice president Victor Shaffer. “Following one of the most illustrious careers for a college quarterback ever, we’re looking forward to creating an unmatched shopping experience and opportunities for fans in Jacksonville, Clemson and beyond to celebrate both his time in college and the start of his NFL career.”
The memorabilia deal doesn’t impact Lawrence’s ability to sign for trading card companies.
Lawrence autographed memorabilia is already up for sale on Fanatics properties including SportsMemorabilia.com.