Here's what you should know about Spencer Rattler's net worth in 2020.
Spencer Rattler is an American college football player (dual-threat) quarterback for the Oklahoma Sooners. Spencer attended Pinnacle High School, during which he the Arizona high school passing record on his 18th birthday.
Spencer is also known for appearing in one of Netflix's documentaries. The 20-year-old college football player appeared in "QB1: Beyond the Lights."
Spencer, however, was later removed for violating a district code of conduct and was ineligible to play for the rest of the season. Rattler initially said he sprained MCL, but later school's administration advised him not to speak of the nature of the code of conduct violation.
We guess it's too early to talk about his earning, as he is still in his college football years. But, all things aside, he is an exceptional player. The 20-year-old visited Oklahoma on an official visit and committed to the team a week later.
Well, Spencer's career, for sure, looks splendid, and it seems it's only going to improve from this point. Let's find out how much he is worth in 2020.
Spencer Rattler's Net Worth in 2020
Well, no doubt the football player gained massive attention following appearing on the Netflix docuseries during its season 3; people got to know him better, up close.
The series didn't help his wealth, but it certainly opened some ways for him to earn in the days to come. But his fame didn't come just like that; he worked his way up.
According to the reports, The 20-year-old dual-threat quarterback for Oklahoma Sooners, Spencer Rattler, has an estimated net worth of $440,000 as of 2020. Photo Source: Rattler's Instagram
Spencer was recruited by top programs like Texas, Texas A&M, Tennessee, Alabama, Miami, and Michigan State. The 20-year-year-old competed with Jalen Hurts and Tanner Mordecai to be Oklahoma Sooners.
So, with all his exceptional play, it is estimated Spencer Rattler has an estimated net worth of $440,000 as of 2020. This figure is a rough estimation put by some sources online, so it is advisable not to take it as an official number.
Forbes States Spencer Rattler's Majority of Income are From Sponsors
It's clear Spencer Rattler is the new rising star in the world of American Football, and Forbes seems to vouch on that too. The media outlet stressed, Spencer "has seemed destined to become Sooners' starter for years."
According to the report, coach Lincoln Riley offered Spencer a scholarship when he was just 14 years. Rattler committed to Sooners before his junior year and never wavered.
Spencer Rattler was long destined to become the Sooners' starter. Photo Source: CBS Sports
With his impressive performance, he is doing pretty good with sponsors as well. According to the reports, he is making quite a decent fortune out of paid-sponsorship.