Morgantown, West Virginia – Toothman Ford of Grafton, West Virginia has been the biggest supporter of West Virginia University student-athletes since the NIL era started in college sports.
Today, the local car dealership signed a deal with West Virginia’s new presumed starting quarterback JT Daniels, the former five star quarterback who recently transferred from Georgia.
Although the Mountaineers will have an open competition at the quarterback position before West Virginia meets the Pitt Panthers on September 1st, Daniels will almost certainly be the starter for the Mountaineers when they take the field in the Backyard Brawl.
Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but typically Toothman Ford gives a leased vehicle to a student-athlete in exchange for the player to appear on social media.
— Toothman Ford (@Toothman_Ford) June 4, 2022