Fritz Martin Management has signed junior, Carson Strong from University of Nevada for his name, image and likeness representation. Brett Greenberg shared the news via social media. Fritz Martin Management has also signed Dorian Thompson-Robinson from UCLA and Max Borghi.
The 6’4″, 215-pound quarterback is from Vacaville, California, where he attended Wood High School. He was a two-sport athlete in high school, where he played football and basketball. In high school, Strong completed 184 of 266 for 2,732 yards, 26 touchdowns. He also averaged 18.1 points, 12.8 rebounds, and 2.8 assists per game in basketball during his junior season.
Strong was Nevada’s first commitment in their 2018 recruiting class. His most recent season he was named Mountain West Offensive Player of the Year ,as well as, All-Mountain West First Team. Strong was selected to the Davey O’Brien Award Quarterback Class of 2020. He earned Mountain West Offensive Player of the Week (twice) and led Mountain West in passing yards, passing touchdowns, and completion percentage. Strong ranked in the FBS top 10 in completions per game, passing yards per game, completion percentage, and touchdown passes while coming in 11th in passing yards.