Best Wishes to CrashCourse Ambassador Bryce Love on NFL Draft Day
With his unparalleled speed and agility, Love’s top-level athleticism is a testament to his potential as a future NFL player. Starting as one of the best young track stars in American history, Love went on to win the Lombardi Award and ultimately became a Unanimous First Team All-American at Stanford University in 2017. Throughout his time at Stanford, Love broke five University school records and earned titles of Walter Camp Player of the Year Finalist, Maxwell Award Finalist, and Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Year.
In addition to his many accomplishments on the field, Love has dedicated countless hours to the CrashCourse initiative, starring as the lead in CrashCourse Football and CrashCourse Football VR, set to launch later this year. Love, an aspiring pediatrician, is especially invested in helping young athletes understand the importance of proper concussion prevention and treatment in the world of competitive sports.
From his numerous awards and accolades in athletics and academics to his passion for acapella and winning personality, Bryce Love is a role model for young athletes nationwide. His exemplary dedication and work ethic has offered an invaluable perspective on TeachAid’s mission to change the way young people across the United States understand concussions.
We wish Bryce Love the best of luck on draft day and know he will make a valuable addition to any future team–in the NFL or as a pediatrician.