Lamar Jackson (Football Player), born on January 7, 1997 in Pompano Beach, Florida, U.S.. Lamar Jackson's age 22 years & Zodiac Sign Capricorn, nationality American (by birth) & Race/Ethnicity is African-American. Let's check, How Tall is Lamar Jackson?
Lamar Jackson Bio
Lamar Jackson Height
6 Feet 3 Inches (190.50 cm)
|Height & Weight|
|Height (in Feet-Inches)||6 Feet 3 Inches|
|Height (in Centimeters)||190.50 cm|
|Weight (in Kilograms)||96 kg|
|Weight (in Pounds)||211.64 lbs|
Lamar Jackson Body Measurements
Lamar Jackson's full body measurements are 46 inches (116.84 cm) - 16 inches (40.64 cm) - 35 inches (83.82 cm).
|Measurements||46-35-16 inches/ 116.84-83.82-40.64 cm|
|Chest Size||46 inches (116.84 cm)|
|Biceps Size||16 inches (40.64 cm)|
|Waist Size (Male)||35 inches (83.82 cm)|
Lamar Jackson is one of the most famous and trending Football player in whole world right now. Lamar Jackson was born on January 7, 1997 in Pompano Beach, Florida, U.S. He was born as Lamar Demeatrice Jackson Jr., but best known as Lamar Jackson.
He is the son of Lamar Jackson Sr. and Felicia Jones. He growing up without a father by his side was Johnson’s worst childhood experience. Though his mother was there for him during his childhood days, he knew someone special was missing in his life. The handsome footballer was raised by his mother Felicia Jones. His father, Lamar Johnson Snr., died in a car accident when the football star was young. Felicia has been a supportive mother to Lamar ever since she lost her husband.
He attended Boynton Beach High School in Boynton Beach, Florida. He was rated by Rivals.com as a four-star recruit and committed to the University of Louisville to play college football. In high school, Jackson played two seasons of varsity football. In those two years he threw 31 passing touchdowns, ran for 22 touchdowns, had over 2,000 passing yards, and a high school career accumulated quarterback rating of 102.7.
He became more popular after he was rated as the #8 dual-threat quarterback in the nation and 4-star prospect in Florida. In 2015, Johnson began studies at the University of Louisville after he was recruited by Lamar Thomas, Louisville’s lead recruiter at the time. As a freshman at Louisville in 2015, Jackson played in 12 games and made eight starts. He completed 135-of-247 passes for 1,840 yards with 12 touchdowns and eight interceptions and ran for 960 yards and 11 rushing touchdowns. He was named the MVP of the 2015 Music City Bowl after passing for 227 yards with two touchdowns and rushing for a Music City Bowl-record 226 yards and two touchdowns.
On December 8, Jackson was awarded the Walter Camp Award as the player of the year and the Maxwell Award as the best all-around player in college football. On December 10, 2016, Jackson was selected as the 2016 Heisman Trophy winner over fellow finalists Deshaun Watson, Dede Westbrook, Jabrill Peppers, and Baker Mayfield. He became Louisville's first Heisman Trophy winner in school history and the youngest ever recipient of the award.
Dynamic quarterback who broke-out as a sophomore for Louisville in 2016, rushing for over 1,500 yards and tallying over 50 combined passing and rushing touchdowns on the way to winning the prestigious Heisman Trophy. He led Louisville to a dominant victory over #2 ranked Florida State in September 2016, causing Michael Vick to proclaim that Jackson was better then he was in college.
In 2017, Jackson won a Louie for being named the Adidas High Performance Male Athlete of the Year for his outstanding sophomore campaign. He also won a Louie for Play of the Year after the leap he had in the 2016 Syracuse game. Following the 2017–18 school year, Jackson was named the men's ACC Athlete of the Year for all conference sports, sharing honors with women's winner Arike Ogunbowale of Notre Dame basketball.
He made his first regular-season appearance relieving starting quarterback Joe Flacco in the second half of a 47-3 victory against the Buffalo Bills, finishing with 24 passing yards and 39 rushing yards. On November 18, 2018, Jackson made his first start against the Cincinnati Bengals in place of the injured Joe Flacco, who injured his hip two weeks prior against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Jackson went 13 for 19 for 150 yards and an interception and rushed for 117 yards, which was a Ravens franchise record for rushing yards by a quarterback in a single game in a 24–21 victory.
On January 5, 2018, Jackson officially announced that he would be entering the 2018 NFL Draft. Controversy arose when draft pundits doubted Jackson's quarterback abilities and suggested that he switch positions due to his athleticism, but he remained adamant in playing quarterback professionally. As a result, he declined to run drills such as the 40-yard dash during the NFL Scouting Combine to focus on displaying his passing skills. He was selected 32nd overall in the 2018 NFL Draft by the Baltimore Ravens.
He has more than 317k followers on Twitter, and more than 1M followers on Instagram. Now he ranked in the list of most popular American football player.
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