DJ Uiagalelei has a net worth of $2.19 million, according to Peopleai.
Uiagalelei, a five-star recruit, committed his college football to Clemson University on May 5, 2019. He signed a contract with them on December 18, 2019, and on January 8, 2020, he started classes at Clemson.
Starting DJ Uiagalelei’s best replacement is Cade Klubnik as the No. 4-ranked Tigers edge closer to their season opener against Georgia Tech on Sept. 5.
Uiagalelei feels he now has a much better understanding of offense than a season ago after experiencing the ups and downs of the 2021 season. He has also agreed to take part in Dr. Pepper commercials throughout throughout the season.
Clemson DJ Uiagalelei signs endorsement deal
Clemson QB DJ Uiagalelei has also completed his endorsement deal. He announced his first endorsement deal with NIL in 2021.
1. Clemson QB DJ Uiagalelei has signed an endorsement deal with fast food chain Bojangles
Uiagalelei took to Instagram to announce his first endorsement deal with a NIL and that he has signed a deal with popular fast food chain Bojangles. He said he was honored to be among the first college athletes to declare “It’s Bo Time.”
Uiagalelei has also signed an agency deal with Vayner Sports. It would make sense for Uiagalelei to be one of the best team earners at NIL right now; however, the numbers cannot yet be confirmed.
2. DJ Uiagalelei’s sponsorship deal with Dr Pepper
When it comes to the brave new world of NIL, DJ Uiagalelei picked his spots. The Tigers quarterback revealed his third significant collaboration with Dr Pepper in 2021.
The famous Dr. Pepper “Fansville” advertising campaign, which focuses on a fictional community obsessed with college football, spotlights the second throughout the season. He will be the only college player still active at the time of the announcements.
Uiagalelei is the first college athlete to collaborate on a national television ad campaign. This is the first NIL deal for Dr. Pepper, a well-known company that has recently become increasingly associated with college football.