When it comes to making big dreams happen, building a legacy, and leaving a lasting impact, there is no better story than the one of LSU star defensive end Ali Gaye. Gaye moved to the United States when he was 12 years-old from Gambia, where his parents worked hard to provide him with a formal education and "a better life than my father had as a child", says Gaye. A natural-born athlete, Gaye's sights were initially set on basketball before crossing paths with football, and years later his talents caught the attention of many, leading him to where he is today at LSU.
When it comes to Elite Performance, TRAZER enhances athlete training, helping them reach peak performance and achieve their goals- and that is exactly what our vision is for paving the way for Gaye's future in sports. Further, the TRAZER legacy aligns closely with that of Gaye's- becoming a better person, student, and athlete- celebrating how far we have come and the motivation to push ourselves to create a better tomorrow.
"I'm excited to work with a technology that will not only help me meet my goals on and off the field, but also a technology that continues to make an impact with other people besides me, from seniors to youth and everybody in-between," said Gaye.
Barry French, TRAZER CEO said “We are very excited to welcome an outstanding and very talented young man like Ali to the TRAZER family. His drive, willpower, and thirst for knowledge accentuate his talents on and off the football field and will lead to success in whatever direction his career takes him. I loved talking with him and getting to hear his story and aspirations first-hand and am excited for our company to have the opportunity to join his journey and help him in any way we can.”
Our team looks forward to celebrating all of Gaye's successes into the future, and we are proud to support him on his journey.