South Carolina Gamecocks running back MarShawn Lloyd recently launched its own product line, Uno Athletics, which includes t-shirts, hoodies, and more.
According to Lloyd’s website, there’s a bigger purpose to her clothing line. It’s more than t-shirts and sweatshirts.
“Uno Athletics is a forward-thinking online store that offers products, while providing inspiration, motivation and exceptional customer service to shoppers from the comfort of their homes. We are a company that focuses on unity, selflessness and self-love. Our main goal is to provide a remarkable online shopping experience and to create a place where our customers can feel at home. Find out, start shopping today and get motivated for a better tomorrow at the same time. Uno Athletics is more than just a brand, it’s a MOVEMENT.
The Lloyd’s website features inspirational quotes on every page such as “Be your greatest competitor” and “Don’t go where the path may lead, rather go where there is no path and leave a trail .”
— MarShawn Lloyd (@m_lloyd_2) February 5, 2022
Last week, when he officially launched his website, Lloyd posted it on Twitter…
“Today is the day! I appreciate all of everyone’s love and support throughout this process. I’m proud to announce my brand, Unoathletics!
He’s not the only Gamecock to have his own product line. wide receiver Dakereon Joynerit is DK5 started last May and just last week quarterback Luc Doty fall its range of “Beach Made” products. Strategist spencer ratter also has his line.
Lloyd committed to South Carolina on May 27, 2019, on offers from Georgia, Alabama, Clemson and Florida, among others. He was ranked the nation’s 43rd most prospect and 5th running back, according to 247Sports Composite. He was the Gamecocks’ second highest rated class engagement behind Jordan Burch.
After signing with the Gamecocks on December 18, Lloyd was widely seen in the program as a player who could burst onto the scene as a rookie. However, he tore his ACL during pre-season training ahead of the 2020 season and was out for the year.
In 2021, Lloyd was part of a stacked backfield that featured two NFL Combine guests in Kevin Harris and ZaQuandre White. Lloyd still found playing-time opportunities and rushed for 228 yards on 64 carries. He also caught three passes for 44 yards.
His best game was against Eastern Illinois in the Gamecocks’ opener of 2021. He rushed for 55 yards on 14 carries. He also had a reception for 19 yards. Lloyd also performed well against Florida on November 6, going for 46 yards on seven carries. He finished the season as the third running back behind running backs Harris, White and Juju McDowell.