Trevor Etienne to commemorate the college selection process

San Diego, Calif., December 16, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Trevor Etienne, a 4-star recruit from Jennings, Louisiana, has narrowed his college selections to three: Louisiana State University (LSU), University of Florida, and University from Clemson, where his brother and 2021 Jacksonville Jaguars first-rounder Travis Etienne Jr. attended college.

Trevor will announce his engagement after the ARMY All-American Bowl in San Antonio, Texas on January 8, 2022. To commemorate his choice in the NIL and blockchain era, Trevor is teaming up with HUMBL, Inc. (OTCMKT: HMBL), a publicly traded, Web 3 blockchain company, to launch the “HUMBL x ETIENNE NFT Collection”.

In an interactive first for the NCAA college selection process, alumni and fans around the world will have the opportunity to help select their preferred uniform look for Trevor, as well as purchase commemorative NFTs via the HUMBL NFT Marketplace.

Several lucky fans of NFT’s winning lineup will have the chance to win collectible merchandise – including signed college gear such as jerseys, helmets, soccer balls, and memberships – and a personal encounter.

“I truly believe that the athletes who follow me might be able to turn the opportunities of the NIL era into a decision maker of where they may want to go to school. I hope to help change trends and let others know they are valuable even before wearing a logo, ”said Trevor Etienne.

“We are honored to team up with an athlete as promising as Trevor on this interactive form of varsity selection,” said Brian Foote, CEO of HUMBL. “We can’t wait to see his success on and off the pitch at whatever university he chooses. “

HUMBL will be posting NFTs on the HUMBL Marketplace on December 23, 2021. Fans can prepare by creating an account and signing up for Trevor’s drop by visiting the HUMBL Marketplace at: https: // marketplace / featured-drop / trévoretienne. Each HUMBL x ETIENNE NFT will cost $ 50.

About HUMBL, Inc.

HUMBL is a mainstream blockchain company that strives to simplify blockchain use cases in verticals such as mobile payments, ticketing, NFTs, and real estate.

About Trevor Etienne

One of the top running backs in the 2022 class, Trevor Etienne is a 5-foot-10, 205-pound backer from Jennings, Louisiana. He was a first-team All-State selection as a junior, rushing for over 1,200 yards and 22 touchdowns. His senior season stats include 2,005 rushing yards, 30 rushing touchdowns, 3 Punt / Kick return touchdowns and 2 passing touchdowns. He also won All-State, All-Louisiana and All-American first team honors.

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