4-star running back Trevor Etienne is already making history. 

Etienne is believed to be the first high school athlete to launch an NFT project around his college decision. He has partnered with HUMBL, a Web 3 blockchain company, to create commemorative tokens for each of his final three schools: Clemson, Florida and LSU.

Fans around the world have the opportunity to purchase tokens on HUMBL’s marketplace. He’s scheduled to announce his final decision during Saturday’s Adidas All-American Bowl. 

Several fans who own the “winning” token will have the opportunity to receive prizes such as signed jerseys, helmets, footballs, season tickets and a personal meet-and-greet.

Etienne’s Clemson token has already sold out of its original run of 50 tokens and there’s been plenty of action on the Florida and LSU sides, too. 

Etienne spoke with Saturday Road on Tuesday and explained what drew him to the first-of-its-kind NFT project. 

It was what I could do for people,” Etienne said. “ A fun little way to express myself and let (the fans) have fun with it also.” 

Etienne said the response to this project so far has been “exciting.”

As for his recruitment, Etienne will announce his final decision on Saturday. He said his older brother, Travis, who famously starred at Clemson from 2017-20, has helped him throughout this process. 

“He’s been a big help, making sure I’m comfortable in what I’m doing with my decision,” Etienne said. “He’s just always telling me ‘Do what’s best for you,’ and making sure I know it’s a 40-year decision and not a 4-year decision. 

“He went through this process so he knows that it’s bigger than the next person telling you want to do. It’s all your decision.”

Etienne’s final three schools have all had coaching turnover since the season ended. Florida and LSU fired their respective head coaches during the season and Clemson offensive coordinator Tony Elliott left for the Virginia job last month. 

However, Etienne said he isn’t worried about things that are “out of his control.” With Clemson specifically, he cited a good relationship with running backs coach C.J. Spiller and the entire Tigers’ coaching staff. 

Eitenne is the No. 15 running back in the country for the class of 2022, according to 247Sports Composite rankings

The Adidas All-American Bowl kicks off at 1:00 p.m. ET on Saturday. The game will be broadcast on NBC.