Jake Moody is an American football placekicker who is a good 2022 NFL prospect. He finished his collegiate career playing for the Michigan Wolverines. He was the consensus first-team placekicker on the 2021 college football All-America team and won the 2021 Lou Groza Award.
Northville, Michigan native, Jake Moody was born in 2000 to Chad and Lisa Moody. His Father, Aunt, Lisa Cipicchio; Uncle, Douglas Horton all enrolled at Michigan.
The twenty-two years old holds an American nationality and is of white ethnic background. He stands 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m) tall and weighs 211 lb (96 kg).
Jake Moddy has just finished his collegiate career. However, there is no salary playing for the college team. Yes, NCAA is against paying college athletes for representing their respective college teams. However, there were certain changes in NCAA rules last year. It made college athletes eligible to earn from endorsement, sponsorships, social media as well as merchandise.
Jake is a good prospect for the upcoming NFL draft. The average salary of an NFL player is reported $1 million.
As of 2022, Jake Moddy's net worth is under review.
Jake Moddy is in a relationship with Kamryn Abraskin.
On 18th December 2020, Moody posted Kamryn for the first time on his Instagram (11k followers as of Jan 2022). He wrote, "Look at us... who would’ve thought? #1year."
Also, Jake adresses Abraskin as his bestfriend.
Jake Moody enrolled at Northville High School where he played both football and baseball as a third baseman.
In February 2018, Moody committed to Michigan University for a collegiate career. Initially, he signed without a scholarship but was put on scholarship in June 2018.
As a freshman, he appeared in all 13 games. He had; ed kickoffs in all 13 games.
As a sophomore, Moody played all 13 games handling kickoffs. He earned Academic All-Big Ten honors and went 6-for-9 on field goals to earn his second varsity letter.
During his junior season, Moody connected on a 40-yard try against Penn State on 28th November 2020. That season, he played in all six games. He handled kickoffs in every game and field goal duties in two games. He netted 14 touchbacks on 29 kickoffs with a 57.3-yard average and went 1-of-4 on field-goal tries to earn his third varsity letter.
As a senior, Moody converted 22 of 24 field-goal attempts and 56 of 56 extra-point kicks. On 11th September 2021, he set a career-long 52-yard field goal against Washington. On 9th October 2021, he scored a game-winning field goal in the fourth quarter against Nebraska. That season, he won Lou Groza Award, Big Ten Kicker of the Year, Consensus All-American, First-team All-Big Ten.
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