Trevor Lawrence Net Worth
Trevor Lawrence Net Worth:- Trevor Lawrence’s net worth is expected to be $1 million in 2021. However, this is just an estimate. The Jacksonville Jaguars are expected to sign the top choice to a four-year, $36.8 million contract. His four-year contract will include a $24.1 million signing bonus and is completely guaranteed.
“The deal will land somewhere between Baker Mayfield’s No. 1 contract in 2018 and Kyler Murray’s No. 1 contract in 2019,” the salary-cap-based group tweeted Wednesday in response to the NFL’s finalized salary cap news.
Lawrence just had surgery to repair a torn labrum in his non-throwing shoulder and anticipates returning to action this summer. Lawrence conducted a Pro Day at Clemson before surgery before various NFL executives, including first-year Jaguars coach Urban Meyer.
Meyer was impressed by what he saw from a guy many have dubbed a “transcendent” quarterback prospect after his Clemson tenure.
“No. 1: We had incredibly lofty expectations and were not disappointed,” Meyer told the team’s official website. “However, much more than the actual Pro Day, it was how he handled it. We discovered only days previously that he had a labrum problem in his left shoulder, which is extremely fixable – and, by the way, it is corrected. He is now undergoing treatment at a rehabilitation facility. He may very easily have said, “I am not going to throw.” I’m going, and you folks can take me or leave me. That is how excellent I am.’
Trevor Lawrence, too, has a sizable following. This will help him significantly when it comes to securing sponsorship deals.
The Jacksonville Jaguars do not play in a large market. Occasionally, smaller market clubs are forced to sign local endorsement deals. Lawrence can break through the restrictions that smaller market clubs face.
Trevor Lawrence just married Marissa Mowry, his high school love. Trevor and Marissa were showered with presents and contributions to a local charity by Jacksonville Jaguars fans. Trevor Lawrence expressed his appreciation on Twitter.
Lawrence accumulated 9,181 throwing yards, a 66.7 percent completion rate, 85 touchdowns, 14 interceptions, 820 running yards, and 14 running touchdowns throughout his collegiate career (37 games). Lawrence started the last 11 games of the season for Clemson and helped the Tigers finish 15-0, winning the ACC and became the first true freshman since 1985 to lead his team to a national championship.