|Birth Name||Jalen Alexander Hurts|
|College/University||University of Alabama|
|Height||6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)|
|Weight||223 lb (101 kg)|
Jalen Hurts is an American professional quarterback player who is also considered one of the most effective rushing quarterbacks in the league. The University of Alabama alumni Jalen was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles with No. 53rd overall in the second round of the 2020 NFL Draft. Jalen became the starter in week 14 of the 2020 NFL season on 8th December 2020.
Dating Or Single?
Unlike any other NFL player, quarterback player Jalen Hurts tends to keep his personal life relatively low-key. While many of his fans are curious to know about his dating status, Jalen has never publicly dated anyone.
However, according to various sources, Jalen was said to be dating Bry Burrows. Jalen met his rumored girlfriend Bry Burrows while attending the University of Alabama. Bry is 2015’s the University of Granada with a Bachelor of Arts and Science in Latin American Literature who later earned a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Alabama in 2019.
Jalen and his partner Bry’s love story lived for a short period of time and they shortly parted their ways. After their separation Jalen has not been linked with any other woman so, he is supposedly single as of now.
Contract And Net Worth
Jalen was drafted in the 2020 NFL draft by Philadelphia Eagles with No. 53rd overall in the second round. In the 2021 season, Jalen Hurts changed his jersey number to No. after the departure of football punter Cameron Johnston and was also named the starter for the regular season. Moreover, Jalen has signed a 4-year contract with the Philadelphia Eagles which consists of an average annual salary of about $1,506,293 and as of 2021, he will earn a base salary of about $883,871.
As an American quarterback player Jalen Hurts has accumulated a generous amount of salary so, his net worth is also speculated to range in millions. Furthermore, Jalen has also donated $30,000 to a 7-year-old boy named Erick and his family of seven in 2021 in partnership with the Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation.
Jalen Hurts was born as Jalen Alexander Hurts on 7th August 1998 in Houston, Texas to father Averion Hurts and mother Pamela Hurts. His dad Averion is a football coach who has coached at the Channelview High School of Channelview, Texas, and Robert E. Lee High School of Bytown, Texas. Furthermore, Aversion also coached his son Jalen and Jalen learned so much by just watching his dad.
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Jalen’s dad Averion is a Howard Payne University graduate in marketing degree in 1990 whereas his mom Pamela has 2 degrees: a Business Administration degree and an M Sc in Counseling. Moreover, his mom is also the chair of the Special Service Department at Channelview. Pamela also has a huge influence on her son and has often been there for Jaren during the trying moments of his football career.
Moving on towards the siblings of Jalen Hurts, he is the middle child of his parents and he has an older brother named Averion Hurts Jr. and a younger sister named Kynnedy Hurts. His elder brother Averion is named after their father and he was also the starting football quarterback player for the Texas Southern University. As of now, according to the Twitter bio of Averion, he is wide receiver coach and a pass game coordinator at the Baytown Lee High School and as per wiki, he also was a football coach at the University of Alabama
Jalen Hurts attended Channelview High School of Channelview, Texas and during his high school days, his dad was the coach of football there. As a junior, Jalen even was named the District 21-6A Overall MVP.
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Jalen then joined the University of Alabama where he played for the Alabama Crimson Tide football team. He graduated in December 2018 with a B.A. degree in Public Relations with a minor in communication and later in 2019, he transferred to the University of Oklahoma for his final year eligibility. Being a graduate transfer Jalen was able to play for the 2019 Oklahoma Sooners football team.