Decoldest Crawford’s real name and age revealed after an air conditioning commercial he featured in went viral.
Nebraska receiver Decoldest Crawford undoubtedly has one of the best and most original names in college sports. Not only is it unique, it’s also enabled him to take advantage of opportunities that otherwise may have eluded him.
Recently, Crawford secured a NIL deal with a Nebraska HVAC company before playing his first game with the Cornhuskers.
Now, he has featured in a viral air conditioning commercial that has prompted fans to ask what his real name and age is.
Decoldest Crawford’s hilarious air con commercial goes viral
Crawford recently used his name and likeness to bag a sponsorship deal with Omaha’s SOS Heating and Cooling, based in Nebraska.
The first commercial featuring Decoldest has now dropped, and went viral in a matter of hours.
The advert starts out with a woman telling her baby daughter, “I’m so glad we called SOS, our AC is da’ coldest.”
The camera then pans to Crawford, who, with a football in hand, says, “I’m always Decoldest.”
“When your A/C isn’t Decoldest, you call SOS heating and cooling,” the freshman goes on to say before adding, “take if from Decoldest, we will keep you cool in summer.”
What is Decoldest Crawford’s real name?
The advert gained a lot of traction online although many couldn’t quite believe Decoldest Crawford was the youngster’s real name.
Amazingly, it is, although there has been some confusion over the years. Initially, it was reported that Crawford’s middle name was “ToEvaDoIt,” making his full name Decoldest ToEvaDoIt Crawford.
However, ESPN’s Tom VanHaaren clarified that his middle name was actually Juan, making his real name Decoldest Juan Crawford.
“She named me this because she knew I would be the best athlete out of everyone in the family,” he said.
His age and current status
Decoldest Crawford’s age is 19. He was born on 14 July 2003 in Shreveport, Louisiana.
According to 247Sports, Crawford is a three-star recruit out of Shreveport (La.) Green Oaks. Crawford committed and signed with Nebraska on December 17, 2021, and is the No. 464 ranked overall player and the No. 69 ranked wideout in the recruiting class of 2022.
However, he will reportedly “miss an extended period of time after suffering an injury during Nebraska’s first scrimmage of fall camp last week (August 13).”