Marvin Harrison Jr. announces NIL partnership to endorse robotic QB machine
Marvin Harrison Jr. posted a breakout season with Ohio State’s offense during the 2022 season. Now, Harrison is endorsing one of the tools of his trade that helped him prepare for that success.
Wednesday evening, Harrison announced a NIL partnership with Monarc to endorse the company’s Seeker machine. The Seeker is a state-of-the-art robotic QB capable of throwing, kicking and punting with precision.
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Harrison and Monarc confirmed the deal on social media:
Couldn’t ask for a better person & player to work with 👊
Marv shines both on and off the field, we’re incredibly grateful to have him join the family and can’t wait to keep seeing the Seeker be a game changer for the hardest workers in college football! 🔥 https://t.co/YQhwl1gHbr
— Monarc (@MonarcSport) March 1, 2023
“I’m honored to be a part of the Monarc family,” said Harrison. “The Seeker was a big part of my success last season. I love training with the Seeker. It allows me to put in work on myself, it keeps me on top of my game.”
Harrison’s 1,263 receiving yards ranked 6th nationally in 2022 while his 14 receiving touchdowns ranked 4th. Already one of the top receivers in the country, we’ll see how high Harrison can push his game in 2023 with more work alongside the Seeker.