Tua Tagovailoa continues to make moves off the football field ahead of this week's NFL Draft. Last week, Tagovailoa landed sponsorship agreements with Muscle Milk and Bose. In last two days the popular quarterback has come to an agreement with Adidas and Wingstop. Tagovailoa is cashing in on his popularity leading up to the draft.

"I got really close to Adidas when I went to my first Steve Clarkson camp," said Tagovailoa. "So from there it took off, the relationship you build with everyone, it's like a family."

This now puts Tagovailoa up to four companies he now represents without even taking a snap in the NFL. The young quarterback will be drafted this Thursday night in the first round of the NFL Draft. No prospect has been talked about more leading up to this year's draft.

Regardless of where he is picked this week, many companies will continue to seek out the young man to represent their brands. Who should be the next company to sponsor Tagovailoa next?

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