Former Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa has been racking up the endorsement deals since leaving Tuscaloosa. Now, he’s got a memorabilia deal. Tagovailoa has announced via social media that he’s signed an autograph and collectibles deal with Fanatics.
He’s apparently been busy signing, too.
Tagovailoa autographed memorabilia is live on Fanatics and its partner websites like SportsMemorabilia.com. He’s put his signature on Alabama-related items as well as some Miami Dolphins helmets and mini helmets.
The fifth overall pick in last month’s 2020 NFL Draft, Tagovailoa rallied Alabama to a win in the 2017-18 national championship game. He played in nine games last season before suffering a dislocated hip, broken nose and concussion against Mississippi State.
Prices for his autographs start at $119 for a signed photo and $149 for a Dolphins signed mini-helmet. Full-sized helmets start at $349. You can see all of the Tagovailoa signed items here.
One of the top running backs in this year’s draft, Wisconsin’s Jonathan Taylor, also signed with Fanatics.
Taken by the Indianapolis Colts in the second round (41st overall), Taylor finished his college career as the sixth all-time leading rusher, earning first team All-American honors in 2018 and 2019.
He’s signed Colts helmets as well as Wisconsin photos and other memorabilia. Prices start at $69.
Number one pick Joe Burrow signed with Fanatics last month.