University of Colorado All-American football player Travis Hunter has again added to his impressive name, image, and likeness portfolio. The two-way star recently partnered with FreeForm Sports, a company that creates equipment for athletes using 3D printing technology.
Hunter will join the FreeForm Sports Athlete Advisory Council, according to the agreement. He will also be involved in testing and designing wristbands and pads for his TH12 Collection.
The TH12 Thigh Pad is available online for $60, while the TH12 Collection Wristband is available for $25.
In his final two games of the season against Utah and Washington State, the Paul Hornung Award winner wore customized thigh pads created by the company.
“I love the look and feel of FreeForm Sports’ athletic gear,” Hunter said. “I am partnering with them so I can help shape the future of performance equipment.”
Additionally, Hunter will be instrumental in giving product feedback to the FreeForm Sports team on improving the equipment to ensure optimal performance on the field. FreeForm Sports will look to add additional athletes to their council this year.
Hunter continues to align himself with emerging brands through name, image, and likeness. His portfolio also includes deals with the apparel brands Actively Black and So Hoodie.