Found December 12, 2012 on Diehardsport:
Prior to this year only two 15-year-olds had been drafted into the Ontario Hockey League. And only one Canadian Junior Hockey player had ever signed an endorsement deal, Sidney Crosby.  On Wednesday, Connor McDavid continued his magical year by becoming the second player ever to sign an endorsement deal while playing junior hockey; and like Crosby, McDavid signed with Reebok/CCM.  At 15-years-old McDavid was drafted #1 overall into the Ontario Hockey League to play for the Erie Otters, and through his first 32 games he has scored 17 goals and has 37 points.  Not bad for a kid playing against guys 2-5 years older than him.Official terms have not been announced for the agreement, but McDavid will be the youngest player signed by the brand to be a spokesman.  When Crosby signed with Reebok/CCM, the terms of the deal were not disclosed, other than it was a five-year deal.  It is believed that McDavid will get a similar term agreement and could make around $2 Million, not bad for a 15-ye...
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