Micah Parsons Biography

Talented American football linebacker, Micah Parsons recently drafted by the Dallas Cowboys in NFL Draft 2021. Prior to that, he used to play for the Pennsylvania State University’s football team, Penn State Nittany Lions. He played with the jersey number 11 in his sophomore year and achieved various awards.

Early Life

Micah Aaron Parsons was born on 26th May 1999 in Harrisburg Pennsylvania to his father Terrence Parsons and mother Sherese Parsons and grew up alongside his sister Shatara Parsons. His heart was all into football since he was a toddler. He got the wholehearted support of his family to begin his professional career in football. Parsons also played varsity basketball.

Parsons attended Dauphin high school before shifting to Harrisburg high school. Later he attended the Pennsylvania State University for higher studies where he got committed to the University team in his sophomore year in 2019. He got his qualification and opted for his degree in Criminology.

Micah Parsons Career

Parsons grew up playing football in the sunshine park. And started playing professionally while he attended high school. In his senior year, he rushed for 1239 yards and 27 touchdowns. He was a five-star recruit and ranked 4th in the class. He was recruited by Nebraska, Georgia, Oklahoma, Ohio State, Alabama, and Penn State. After committing to Penn State on December 20th, 2017, in his freshman year, he managed to lead his team in tackles with 82.

Later in his sophomore year, he scored 109 tackles, 5 sacks, 3 deflected passes, and 3 forced fumbles. After scoring 14 tackles, 2 sacks, and 2 forced fumbles, he named the 2019 Cotton Bowl Classic defensive MVP of the game. After trading down with the Philadelphia Eagles from their original pick, The Dallas Cowboys opted for Parsons recently in NFL Draft 2021 in the first round.

Micah Parsons Biography

Real Name Micah Aaron Parsons
Birth Date May 26, 1999
Age 21 Years
Birth Place Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, USA
Nationality American
Profession American Football Player
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Gemini

Physical Statistics

Height in feet inches – 6’ 3” – in Centimetres – 191 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 111 kg  –  in Pounds –  245 lbs
Chest Size 44 Inches
Waist Size 32 Inches
Biceps Size 17 Inches
Shoe Size 10 (U.S.)
Hair Color Black
Eye Color Black
Body Type Athletic

Family

Father Terrence Parsons
Mother Sherese Parsons
Sister Shatara Parsons
Brother Terrence Parsons Jr.

Qualification/Education

School Dauphin high school, Harrisburg high school
College Pennsylvania State University

Relationship Status

Marital Status In Relation
Affair Yes
Is he Gay? No
Who is his Girlfriend? Not Known
Children Malcolm

Personal Life

However, Parsons has kept his relationship status ambiguous. So far it is known that on 1st may 2018, he posted a picture of him and his newborn baby Malcolm and confirmed that he is now the father of his adorable son. Though the footballer is open about his fatherhood, there is no information regarding his child’s mother.

Social Media

The handsome hunk has a huge fan base in the virtual world too. The athlete enjoyed around 113k followers on his Instagram account @_micahparsons11 with no less than 50k likes on every post. He uploads pictures with his son and videos of himself playing football. He earned around 30.4k followers on his Twitter account @MicahParsons11.

Micah Parsons Net Worth

The exquisite personality is on his journey towards being the best of the rest and is expecting more. According to the source, his estimated net worth is $860,000 as of 2020. As of 2021, his net worth is under review. Since he got drafted in NFL 2021 draft, his annual income will be in millions of dollars. The main source of his earning is likely to be his professional football career.

Trivia

  • In 2019, he was awarded the Butkus-Fitzgerald Line-backer of the year award and was named the American family insurance defensive player of the year in 2017.
  • He became the first Nittany Lion to ever lead the team in tackles as a freshman.
  • In 2018, he named First-team Freshman All-America and in 2019, honored with First-team All-Big Ten and Consensus All-American.
  • Micah opted out of the 2020 college football season to spend more time with his son.

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