Mason Rudolph (born July 17, 1995) is an American Football Quarterback from Rock Hill (South Carolina, USA). On the other hand, he is with the NFL team Pittsburg Steelers. Mason played his college his collegiate football with the Oklahoma State University. In 2014, he entered as a true freshman.
Rudolph kept as a backup for Daxx Garman and J.W. Walsh. Soon, he started his first game against the Baylor team. Mason completed 13 passes for 281 yards, two touchdowns, and interceptions. He showed his field presence in three games.
Additionally, he put his best efforts and completed 49 passes out of 86 passes (583 yards), six touchdowns, and four interceptions. He did the majority of combine drills at the NFL Scouting Combine. Rudolph was also present in the private workouts of New Orleans Saints, Buffalo Bills, New England Patriots, New York Giants, and Los Angeles Chargers.
In 2019 with Steelers, he is the second quarterback behind Roethlisberger. However, Myles Garrett threw Mason’s helmet on the ground. The match was between Pittsburg and Cleveland teams. However, the Steelers lost by 7-21. Mr. Garrett suspended by the National Football League (NFL).
Profile, Parents, Early Life & Trivia
Bret Mason Rudolph III’s birthday celebrated every year on the 17th of July by him. On the other hand, he has no connection with Mason Rudolph (Golfer). Mason is the talented son of his father, Brett Rudolph, and mother named Jamie Rudolph.
Furthermore, he enrolled for his education at the Westminster Catawba Christian School. He transferred to Northwestern High School, located in Rock Hill (South Carolina).
In his high school career, he passed 132 touchdowns (10,986 yards). He then committed to Oklahoma State University. On the other hand, Mason’s adopted sister Dasha.
Dating History, Spouse & Girlfriend
The budding NFL confirmed through his facebook post that he is single. Still, he is not super active on social media like other athletes.
He posts some family pictures on his official Instagram account. On the other hand, he keeps himself away from the gossips and controversies.
|Real Full Birth Name||Bret Mason Rudolph III.|
|Nick name||Mason Rudolph.|
|In The News For||His Pittsburg team match with Cleveland Browns.|
|Age (As of 2019)||24 years old.|
|Date of Birth (DOB), Birthday||July 17, 1995.|
|Birthplace/Hometown||Rock Hill (South Carolina, USA).|
|Sexuality (Gay or Lesbian)||Straight.|
|Ethnicity||White Caucasian Descent.|
|Sun Sign (Zodiac Sign)||Cancer.|
|House In||Stillwater, Oklahoma.|
|Social Media Account Stats||Instagram: instagram.com/rudolph2mason.
|Height (Tall)||Feet & Inches: 6' 5".
Centimeters: 196 cm.
Meters: 1.96 m.
|Weight||Kilograms: 107 Kg.
Pounds: 235 lbs.
|Body Measurements (Chest-waist-hips)||42-32-35.|
|Shoe Size (UK)||11.5.|
|Parents||Father: Brett Rudolph.
Mother: Jamie Rudolph.
|Siblings||Sister: Dasha Rudolph.|
|Personal Life Relationship|
|Favorite Food||Pasta, Burger & Ice Cream.|
|Dream Vacation Place||London, Iceland & South Africa.|
|Favorite Celebrities||Actor: Brad Pitt.
Actress: Jessica Alba.
|Love to Do||Jogging, Cooking & Watching TV shows|
|Favorite Color||Black, Green & Brown.|
|Highest Qualification||Bachelor Degree.|
|High School||1. Westminster Catawba Christian School.
2. Northwestern High School, located in Rock Hill (South Carolina).
|College/University||Oklahoma State University.|
|Net worth (approx.)||Under Revision (As of 2018).|
|Salary, Income & Earnings||--|
|Home Details||Living in Stillwater.|
Some Lesser Known Facts about Mason Rudolph
- Mason drafted by the Pittsburg team in NFL 2018 third round.
- In addition to this, he signed a four-year deal for $3.9 Million and bonus, i.e., $932,000.
- Rudolph’s net worth valued $1.25 Million US Dollars (as per his 2019s income).
- Furthermore, he started his initial training with the Steelers and completed with Landry Jones and Joshua Dobbs.
- The typical height of Mason Rudolph is around 6 feet 5 inches (196 Centimeters). Furthermore, his approximate body weight is 107 Kg (235 in Pounds).
- He ranked the ninth-best pro-style quarterback in his school.
- Moreover, he named as the starter of the year 2015 by the Oklahoma state.
- He is the recipient of the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award (2017).
- Mason rated as the sixth-best quarterback by Sports Illustrated, Scouts Inc, and DraftScout.com.