- Date of Birth
- Age 23 Years Old
- Famous Name Trae Young
- Country United States US
- Birth Name Rayford Trae Young
- Birth Place Lubbock, Texas, United States
- Famous Name Trae Young
- Father Rayford Young
- Mother Candice Young
- Net Worth $5 Million
- Salary $6,571,800
- Height 1.85 m
- Nationality American
- Currently Married No
- Girlfriend Shelby Danae Miller
Rayford Trae Young better known as Trae Young is an American professional basketball Point guard for the Atlanta Hawks of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He was selected with a 5th overall pick by the Dallas Mavericks in the 2018 NBA Draft but was traded to Atlanta Hawks in exchange for Luka Doncic and a future first-round pick.
He played college basketball for the University of Oklahoma and was selected as a McDonald's All-American in January 2017 and is regarded as one of the best young prospects in basketball. He was second to NBA Rookie of the Year in 2019 and was also selected to the 2019 NBA All-Rookie First Team.
Trae Young Net Worth and Endorsements; How much does he earn annually?
As of 2021, Trae Young has an estimated net worth of over $5 million, including all of his properties and incomes. Furthermore, his total NBA career earnings ais $5,356,440. Currently under a 2 year / $11,629,440 contract with the Atlanta Hawks, in 2018-19, Young earned a base salary of $5,356,440, while carrying a cap hit of $5,356,440 and a dead cap value of $11,629,440.
Young's annual salary in 2020 is $6,273,000 while he will earn $6,571,800 next season. The contract also includes the option of two years with $8,326,471 and $11,040,900 as annual salary respectively.
Basketball is the only source of his income as he isn't linked with any endorsing brands or companies. He agreed to a sneaker deal with Adidas ahead of his NBA Draft that will pay him $1.8 million annually. There is no doubt that he will be boosting his worth in years to come as he is just 19 years old.
Trae Young Personal Life; Who is his Girlfriend?
Trae Young has just begun his professional career and is focused on his career. Young is currently dating his girlfriend Shelby Danae Miller. Shelby is an OU cheerleader.
His girlfriend has posted many photos taken together with him with lovely captions. However, Trae hasn't posted a single photo of his girlfriend on his social sites.
Taking a look at his official social media, we can say that Trae is single and slightly serious about his basketball career.
Trae Young Early Life and Family
Trae Young was born Rayford Trae Young on 19 September 1998. He was born to American parents, Rayford Young and Candice Young, in Norman, Oklahoma, along with his two brothers, Camryn Young and Timothy Young, and a sister, Caitlyn Young.
He attended Norman North High School in his hometown of Norman, Oklahoma. His father played basketball at Texas Tech and professionally in Europe. He is an American citizen.
Trae Young College career
Trae Young began his college basketball career with the Oklahoma Sooners on February 16, 2017. He made his debut for the college team on 12 November 2017, recording 15 points, 10 assists, and 6 rebounds in a win over Omaha University.
In his second match, Young recorded 22 points and a season-high 13 assists in a win over Ball State University. He tied the NCAA single-game assists record with 22, while also recording 26 points in a blowout 105–68 win against the Northwestern State Demons.
Trae Young NBA Career
In the 2018 NBA draft, Young was picked with the 5th overall by the Dallas Mavericks on June 21, 2018. However, he was traded to the Atlanta Hawks along with a protected future first-round pick in exchange for the rights to the 3rd overall pick Luka Doncic, as an attempt to rebuild the Hawks.
Trae Young Crossover Highlights:
Trae was selected as a backcourt starter for the NBA All-Star getting the highest votes among Eastern Conference guard more than Kemba Walker. He is the third in the highest points per game in 2020 and has the second-best assists per game only behind Lebron James.
Trae Young International Career
Trae Young has represented his national team in several junior tournaments and still hasn't appeared for the United States senior national team. He was a member of the national U-18 team that won a gold medal at the 2016 FIBA Americas Under-18 Championship held in Chile.