|Birth Name||Austin Manuel Hooper|
|Birth Place||San Ramon, California|
|Famous Name||Austin Hooper|
|Birth Date||October 29, 1994|
|Net Worth||$4 illion|
|Siblings||Austin and Alexis Hooper|
|Height||5 ft 11 in|
|Currently Working For||Atlanta Falcon|
|University attended||Stanford University|
|School attended||Pine Valley Middle School|
Austin Manuel Hooper popular as Austin Hooper is an American football tight end of the National Football League (NFL) team Atlanta Falcons. He played college football at Stanford and was drafted in the 2016 NFL draft in round 3 as 81st overall pick by the Falcons.
Austin is the son of Lillian Hooper and Micheal Hooper and has three siblings. He was born on October 29, 1994, in San Ramon, California. He completed his education from Pine Valley Middle School. Later on, he enrolled at Stanford University after getting a scholarship.
The NFL tied end has earned huge income through his professional career, and as per 2020, his net worth is at around $4 million. He signed a four-year contract with Atlanta Falcon in 2016 worth $3.21 million, including a $773,428 signing bonus and $773,428 guaranteed amount.
His present annual salary from the team is $803,357. Autin's total salary cap until 2019 was around $2.21 million, from which he has received a total amount of $2.02 million. His total earning is equaled to 1.17% of the total team cap, whereas his 2019 Cash to Cap Ratio is 0.92.
However, his annual salary is $803,357, but based on his market value, his total annual Contract value reaches up to $1.05 million. Similarly, Atlanta Falcon players like Grady Jarrett, Matt Ryan, and Julio Jones considered being the highest salary paid in the team.
He has an endorsement deal with Nike and is often seen promoting Nike on Instagram as well on the field. His earnings from NIKE has not been closed yet.
Austin Hooper has no records of any relationship, and engagement, marriage. He is unmarried and reportedly single currently. California's boy Austin seems to be focused on his game, and he wants to focus on his performance.
After the recruitment in Falcon's in 2016, December, he got injured in the same year, which led him to sideline from the game.
A Grade 1 medial collateral ligament sprain in his left knee made him sit on the bench for several matches but did not undergo surgery. During the match against San Fran Francisco49s, he knee was again injured, and he left the game immediately.
Austin grew up in California with his two siblings, Justin Hooper and Alexis Hooper, and both of them are well-known sports personalities.
His brother Justin Hooper is also a baseball player who was selected in the 14th round of the 2019 MLB First-Year Player Draft by the Kansas City Royals. He had played for Cotuit Kettleers in the Cape Cod League and was rated the fifth-best prospect in the Cape Cod League by Baseball America.
Austin's sister Alexis is the senior year of basketball at California High School and had played many other sports such as Softball, Soccer, and Volleyball.