Net Worth and Salary

Net Worth and Salary

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Brandon Burlsworth

Brandon Burlsworth’s net worth is expected to be around $1 million.

Brandon Burlsworth

Who is Brandon Burlsworth?

Brandon Burlsworth was an offensive lineman for the Arkansas Razorbacks between 1995 and 1998. Brandon Burlsworth began as a walk-on for the Arkansas Razorbacks before receiving an athlete’s scholarship and going on to win the national championship.

Brandon Burlsworth- Birth, Parents, Siblings & Education

Brandon Burlsworth was born on September 20, 1976, in Harrison, Arkansas, to Leo and Barbara Burlsworth. He attended Harrison High School and graduated with honors.

He was drafted in the third round of the 1999 NFL draft by the Indianapolis Colts but tragically died in a car accident eleven days later.

In Alpena, Arkansas, his Subaru clipped an approaching 18-wheeler before colliding head-on with a tractor-trailer. The police had no idea what caused the tragic event.

He died on April 28, 1999, as a result of the collision. He was laid to rest in the Gass Cemetery in Omaha, Arkansas, on May 2, 1999.

Net Worth of Brandon Burlsworth? Salary, Earning

Brandon Burlsworth’s net worth is expected to be around $1 million.

According to publicly available data, an NFL player earns an average of $860,000 per year.

Relationship, Married Life, Boyfriend/Girlfriend

Brandon Burlsworth likes to keep his relationship status as a private matter.

Body Measurement- Height, Weight, Hair Color

Brandon Burlsworth has a height of 6 feet 3 inches.

Brandon Burlsworth- Professional Career

Burlworth attended Harrison High School, where he was a member of the state all-academic team. Despite receiving numerous scholarship offers from smaller colleges, he chose to join the University of Arkansas’ walk-on football team.

During his first year, he struggled to reduce his 300-pound obese frame to a manageable 260-pound frame while also waiting for his eligibility.

He regained his 300-pound frame after transforming his body to become more muscular over the next two years.

In 1996, he was given a scholarship and guaranteed a spot on the Arkansas Razorbacks’ offensive line at right guard.

Brandon Burlsworth
Brandon Burlsworth in one of his acting scenes. Source: si

He was named one of the team captains during his junior season in 1997, and he earned All-SEC honors the following two years.

In 1998, he was named to the “College Football All-America Team,” making him the first Arkansas player to receive this honor since 1993.

He was a member of the Razorback football teams that won the SEC Western Division championships in 1995 and 1998, and he was named to the “All-SEC Academic Honor Roll” each year.

Brandon became the first player from Arkansas to receive his master’s degree prior to his final game against the University of Texas.

Following his death, the Arkansas Razorbacks retired his number in his honor and displayed his locker by encasing it in the glass. Brandon was inducted into two halls of fame: the Lettermen’s Association Hall of Honor in 2004 and the Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame in 2002.

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Social Media

His social media handles are unknown.

Quick Facts of Brandon Burlsworth

  • He stood out due to his resemblance to comedian Drew Carey and his large black glasses.
  • The talented young man was eagerly awaited by the football community, but fate had other plans, and he was killed in an accident.
  • Following his untimely death, the football world came together to honor his accomplishments, and his family and friends established a foundation in his honor.
  • Brandon has a height of 6 feet 3 inches.
  • He earns $860,000 per year.