Tremaine Edmunds was drafted 16th overall by the Buffalo Bills in 2018. Upon entering the league at only 19 years old, he immediately made his mark, becoming the youngest NFL player to record an interception in a game.
Described by scouts as a ‘transcendent’ combination of speed and strength, Tremaine is now recognized as one of the NFL’s top 10 linebackers, recently being named AFC Defensive Player of the Week (2021 season).
Aside from his elite athleticism, Tremaine has also established himself as a pivotal leader for the Bills’ defense, anchoring the team as their General.
Above all else, Tremaine is a person who leads through action and demeanor. His dedication to the game, unyielding work ethic, and team-centric mentality speaks volumes and make Tremaine a key piece to the Bills’ promising future.