1. Quarterback would show how Trevor Lawrence deals with distractions
Most teams will refuse to make an appearance on HBO Hard Knocks and those that end up getting the nod, do so reluctantly. This year, the New York Jets were picked and they weren't too thrilled about it. It's easy to see why though. Coaches want to avoid as many distractions as possible and it's sometimes difficult to perform at a high level when you have a full set around you.
That said, the best clubs and players deliver regardless of their conditions. Imagine you were a team and said that you lost because a camera and studio equipment didn't let you concentrate, maybe, just maybe, you're not built to win. Also, it's often brought up that teams that appear on Hard Knocks fail to make the playoffs but that's not entirely true. The Jets themselves reached the AFC Championship after appearing in the 2010 edition of the show.
Similarly, Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs went on to win Super Bowl 57 despite the fact that he was one of the main subjects of Netflix Quarterback season 1. Again, Trevor Lawrence wants to focus on next season but he's got the mental fortitude to deal with everything that comes with appearing on the streaming show.
You could make the case that the studio equipment and the cameras are invasive and that's a valid point. However, Lawrence would most definitely have the final say on what can be filmed and what's off-limits, so appearing on the show wouldn't probably be as distracting as it's thought to be.
It's hard to see Lawrence changing his mind for season 1 of Quarterback but if he does, it will be must-watch TV.