|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Height:||6 Feet 3 Inch|
|Birth Name||Quinn Ewers|
|Famous Name||Quinn Ewers|
|School attended||Carroll High School|
Quinn Ewers is an American college football player who was ranked the No. 1prospect in the 2022 ESPN Junior 300. He played high school football for Carroll High School and recently committed to play for Texas.
Scroll down to know about the high school prospect in detail including salary, net worth, family, relationship, age, and more.
Quinn who recently ended his college career has committed to play for Texas. As a high school player, he didn't get any monetary benefits but received scholarships from the school and several other benefits. He has joined college receiving a scholarship and won't still make money until he starts a professional career.
Ewers is no. 1 prospect in the class of 22 and will definitely be picked earlier in the draft if he chooses to enter the NFL. He will certainly earn millions as soon as he makes into the professional league.
Quinn Ewers recently graduated from high school and has joined college. He is still in his teenage and certainly is unmarried. However, as a top college athlete, he might have a girlfriend but he hasn't disclosed yet in the media.
The college football player will reveal everything about his personal life as the time comes.
Quinn was born to Curtis Ewers and Kristen Ewers in Southlake, Texas. His father is a former high school quarterback and also was his first coach while his mother is a fourth-grade teacher. He has three siblings sisters. He is 6 ft. 3 inches tall and weighs 205 lbs.
Ewers attended Carroll High School in Southlake, Texas. After his high school, he was ranked the No. 1prospect in the 2022 ESPN Junior 300 and helped Southlake Carroll to a 13-1 record and a Texas 6A D-I state quarterfinal appearance.
He also went on to win the awards and honors like he MaxPreps National Sophomore of the Year 2019; Texas District 5-6A Overall MVP; Fort Worth Star-Telegram Male Athlete of the Year. Despite having offers from more than 20 colleges, Quinn opted to play for hometown team Texas.