Jarrett Stidham Bio, Wiki, Age, Family, Net Worth

Jarrett Stidham Bio

Jarrett Stidham Bio

American football quarterback Jarrett Stidham was born on 9 August 1996 in Corbin, Kentucky, United States. Jarrett began his college football career at Baylor University, starting three games as a true freshman for the Bears in 2015.

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Stidham then transferred to McLennan Community College, where he did not play football in his one semester at the school. Stidham later transferred to Auburn University. He started for the Tigers in 2017 and 2018. The Patriots selected him with the 133rd overall pick in the fourth round of the 2019 NFL Draft.

Early years

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He attended Stephenville High School in Stephenville, Texas. As a senior Jarrett completed 183 of 260 passes for 2,934 yards with 35 touchdowns.

Jarrett also rushed for 969 yards and 15 touchdowns. He originally committed to Texas Tech University to play college football but later changed to Baylor University.



He was selected by the New England Patriots in the fourth round of the 2019 NFL Draft with the 133rd pick.

College career

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He entered his true freshman year at Baylor in 2015 as the backup to Seth Russell. He appeared in the first seven games, completing 24 of 28 passes for 331 yards and six touchdowns.

He suffered a season-ending neck injury during Baylor’s seventh game, Stidham took over as the starter. Jarrett started his first career game against Kansas State.

Jarrett finished the game completing 23 of 33 passes for 419 yards, three passing touchdowns, and a rushing touchdown.

He injured his back in In his second career, but he was able to remain in the game. He finished the game completing 16 of 27 for 257 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions in the 44–34 loss.

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He made his third career start against Oklahoma State. He injured his hand and ankle in the first half of the game and did not return to the field for the second half.

Baylor head coach Art Briles announced that Stidham’s ankle injury was a chipped bone in the back of his ankle and Stidham would be sidelined for the remainder of the regular season.

It was reported that Stidham might be able to return for Baylor’s bowl game, but on December 19, Briles announced Stidham would miss the 2015 Russell Athletic Bowl.


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