NEWPORT BEACH, Ca. – The Lott IMPACT Trophy is bigger than ever.  Bigger even than Ronnie Lott himself.

A mural, 8 feet high and 12 feet wide, was recently unveiled here in the heart of Newport Beach. Adorning the side of the Stag Bar + Kitchen near the famous Newport Beach pier, the stunning piece of art looks over the many restaurants and shops in the area.


Created by well-known artist Mike Sullivan, the mural is composed of ceramic tiles and depicts Ronnie Lott and the Lott IMPACT Trophy, which is awarded each year to the college defensive player who has the biggest IMPACT on his team both on and off the field.

In attendance for the unveiling ceremony were John Hamilton, the Chairman of the Board of the Pacific Club IMPACT Foundation; Newport Beach Mayor Ed Selich and Mario Marovic, the owner of the Stag Bar + Kitchen. | December 13, 2015