Spencer Rattler Biography

Spencer Rattler is an American threat quarterback football player playing for the South Carolina Gamecocks. He broke the Arizona High School passing record on his 18th birthday and also tied the most touchdown passes record in 2 weeks by 8 set by Sam Bradford in 2008.

Rattler is talented enough that he garnered himself a 5-star prospect and got 14 offers by NCAA D-I schools by the end of his high school senior year. He has also been named as the MVP of the Elite 11 in his game against Texas.

Early Life

Spencer Rattler was born on the 28th of September, 2000 to Mike and Susan Rattler in Phoenix, Arizona, United States. He has a younger sister named Olivia Rattler who is currently studying in her 12th grade.

Spencer completed his high school at Pinnacle High School in Phoenix, Arizona, and played football for them at the threat quarterback position. On his 18th birthday, he broke the passing record of Arizona High School.

Spencer Rattler Career

He started his high school career by playing for Pinnacle High School in Phoenix, Arizona. On his 18th birthday, he broke the passing record of Arizona High School. His high school stats state that he threw 11,083 yards during a period of 4 years along with 116 passing touchdowns and made 14 rushing touchdowns for 1,040 yards.

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He was titled as the MVP of the Elite 11 in his sophomore year in an opening beside Texas. He also appeared in a sports documentary series on Netflix named ‘QB1: Beyond The Lights’ during his final year.

School administration suspended him for violation of one of the district codes of conduct. Thus, he didn’t play for the rest of the season. Rattler stated that he had sprained MCL but he was warned by the school authorities to not say anything regarding the nature of the code of conduct violated by him.

College Career

Rattler has a 5-star prospect and was very lucky to receive 14 offers from NCAA D-I schools by the end of his senior year for recruitment which included Alabama and Notre Dame. He visited Oklahoma unofficially on the 19th of June in 2017 and made a commitment to them a week later. His Letter of intent was signed on the 19th of December, 2019 to play for Oklahoma Sooners under the coaching of Lincoln Riley.

He finally enrolled at Oklahoma on the 12th of June in 2019 and saw action in the 2nd half of a game against LSU Tigers in the College Football Playoff Semi-final during his redshirt year. On his redshirt freshman year on the 26th of September, he tied the Oklahoma record set by Sam Bradford in 2008 for most touchdown passes in 2 weeks by 8.

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He had to compete with Tanner Mordecai for his position in the Sooners. However, the start of his college career at the threat quarterback position number 7 wasn’t really good as they were stunned by Kansas State in a match of 38-35. In 2023, Spencer moved to South Carolina and currently playing for the South Carolina Gamecocks. 

Spencer Rattler Biography

Real Name Spencer Rattler
Birth Date September 28, 2000
Age (as of 2023) 23 Years
Birth Place Phoenix, Arizona, U.S.
Nationality American
Profession Football Player
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Not Known

Physical Statistics

Height in feet inches – 6’ 1” – in Centimetres –185 cm  
Weight in Kilograms – 79 kg  –  in Pounds –  175 lbs 
Shoe Size 11 (U.S.)
Hair Color Light Brown
Eye Color Green
Body Type Athletic


Father Mike Rattler
Mother Susan Rattler
Sister Olivia Rattler


School Pinnacle High School
College The University of Oklahoma

Relationship Status

Marital Status In a relationship
Affair No
Who is his girlfriend? Yasmina Gonzalez

Personal life

Spencer is in a relationship with his girlfriend Yasmina Gonzalez. She is a volleyball player in the same high school as Rattler, Pinnacle High School. Rattler’s posts on Twitter display the couple’s pictures of attending their school prom along with a lovely caption as “Prom Flows”.

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Spencer Rattler Net Worth

Spencer is definitely a star in the making who will surely land a big deal in the future. As he is still playing in college, he ain’t earning money from his career. However it is possible that he might earn some extra bucks from sponsorship or NIL contract. 


  • Spencer on his 18th birthday broke the Arizona High School passing record.
  • He threw 11,083 yards, 116 passing touchdowns, and rushed for 1040 yards with 14 rushing touchdowns.
  • Spencer was titled the MVP of the Elite 11 during his senior year of high school in the opening game besides Texas.
  • He earned himself a 5-star prospect which landed him 14 offers from NCAA D-I schools like Alabama and Notre Dame by the end of his sophomore year.
  • Rattler appeared in the sports documentary telecasted on Netflix “QB1: Beyond The Lights”.
  • He tied the record for most touchdown passes in 2 weeks by 8 which was set in 2008 by Sam Bradford.

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