Admiral Schofield is an American college basketball player who is currently playing for the Tennessee Volunteers men basketball team of the University of Tennessee Knoxville as their small forward. He played high school basketball for the Zion-Benton Township High School.
Admiral Schofield, who is projected to be the late first to mid second round pick in the 2019 NBA Draft, has a total estimated net worth of above $200,000 as of 2019 and further details regarding his personal life and salary are discussed below.
The exact figure regarding the net worth of Admiral Schofield is not yet disclosed but after exploring some of the trusted sites, his net worth is approximated to be above $200,000.
The salaries of the college basketball players are not fixed since it depends upon the experience level and it is found that experienced players earn around $50,000 annually. The salary range is between $30,000 to $50,000 for college basketball players.
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Admiral is yet to be drafted in the NBA draft so he is projected to earn a good sum of money after his draft in the NBA and the minimum salary reported for the NBA players is around $500,000. As he is expected to be picked in the late first round or the early second round, he might get a contract worth about $6 million with the annual earnings of about $2 million in his rookie year.
Besides, he hasn't mentioned any endorsement deals so far.
Admiral Schofield so far hasn't mentioned any information from which his girlfriend or spouse. Furthermore, there aren't any hints available on the media and he doesn't seem to share much about his personal life to the general public.
It can also be said that he might have kept his love affair hidden from media and public but it is not confirmed yet. Admiral is a career-focused man and stays busy in basketball court most of his time. He spends his leisure time with his family and friends.
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SCREAMING!!! HAPPY born day to my first born @yung.bull05 It’s been amazing watching you grow into the young man you are today Lil bro. I remember nights praying for you to be born so I could get the chance to be a big brother. He answered my call, I had to grow up fast from the age of 7 until now I had to be your example. You made it so easy to love you and teach you right from wrong,respect, charisma, competitiveness, most importantly faith and Godliness. You are and will be great lil bro and today I get to celebrate 15 years of your life with you. I love you, I’m proud of you and don’t touch any of my shoes. Like seriously ??... ?? THE GENERAL??
In addition to this, there is not much disclosed about his favorite things, hobbies, and passions on the media, which means that he likes to remain low-profile.
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Admiral Schofield is a 22 years old young and attractive athlete who has a height of 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m) tall and weighs around 241 lb (109 kg).
Admiral Schofield was born to parents Anthony and Dawn Schofield in the Westminster area of London, England in St. Mary's Hospital on March 30, 1997.
Admiral holds American nationality and belongs to the mixed ethnic group. He has a brother named O'Brien Schofield who plays in the NFL.
Admiral's father was a retired Navy Officer in the U. S. Navy. He completed his high school from Zion-Benton Township High School and also played basketball there. He also played football (quarterback) and ran track (relays, high jump) in high school.
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Soon after ending high school career, Schofield joined the University of Tennessee Knoxville in 2015 and started playing for the Tennessee Volunteers in the position of small forward.
During his freshman year, he scored an average of 7.6 points and 4.0 rebounds per game. After some time, he was named SEC All-Tournament Team. In his junior season, Schofield has an average of 13.9 points and 6.5 rebounds per game.
Admiral declared for the 2018 NBA draft and later returned to Tennesse since he didn't hire an agent. Besides him, players like Grant Williams and Tobias Harris are also from the University of Tennesse.