Alabama star Bryce Young inks yet another NIL deal, as he took to Twitter and Instagram to show off his new Crimson Tide-styled headphones as part of his new partnership with Beats by Dre.
Young is one of the many big names Beats by Dre has been able to help become an ambassador for their brand, as they also have USC quarterback Caleb Williams and Jackson State’s Shedeur Sanders.
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Young also recently inked a deal with Dr. Pepper, as he seemed very excited to star in some commercials at the time.
“It was a lot of fun,” Young said in a recent interview. “I don’t know if I’m going to give up my football career anytime soon, but I’m proud of the way everything turned out and I’m really excited for everyone to see the commercials. I hope everyone has some fun with them.
In my element @beatsbydre #beatspartnerbeatsby pic.twitter.com/X2hOoZY49g— Bryce Young (@_bryce_young) September 15, 2022
“Dr Pepper is one of the brands that I grew up with and I feel like they have such a strong love for the game of football, just like I do.”
Young also signed a monster deal with Dollar Shave Club, but he also made it a point to provide some shaving tips.
“I start by using their Shave Butter, which goes on transparently and is suitable for sensitive skin,” Young explained at the time. “Then use the 6-Blade Razor with a flexible head and built-in precision trimmer to achieve the closest shave possible.”
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Basically every die-hard sports fan orders sports memorabilia from Fanatics.
Fanatics capitalized on their popularity and signed young college football stars including Young to NIL deals, which gave fans the ability to purchase their favorite school’s jersey with the player’s name on the back of it.
Young, the reigning Heisman Trophy Award winner, has thrown for 406 yards and six touchdowns in two games, as he was able to help lead his Crimson Tide to two victories.