Boye Mafe Biography
Boye Mafe is a famous American football player who is presently playing in the National Football League (NFL) as a linebacker for the Seattle Seahawks. Boye was a college football player at Minnesota.
Boye Mafe Age
Boye Mafe was born on November 30, 1998, in Golden Valley, Minnesota, United States, and presently Boye is 25 years old.
Boye Mafe Height
Mafe stands at a moderate height of 6 feet 4 inches (Approximately 1.93 m).
Boye Mafe Family
Boye was born in Nigeria though his loving and supportive parents Wale and Bola raised him in Golden Valley, Minnesota, United States. Boye was brought up together with his stunning sister, Tayo who starred in rugby and played on the U-19 U.S. Women’s National Team. and his amazing older brother, Dami who played college football. Also, his two cousins played college football and one of them is Ayo Idowu who had a tryout with the Seahawks in 2013.
Boye Mafe Wife
Currently, Mafe is assumed to be single though he has not publicized any information concerning his love life therefore these details will be updated as soon as Boye does.
Boye Mafe Education
He studied at Hopkins High School based in Minnetonka, Minnesota. After recording four sacks, 78 tackles, and 10 tackles for loss, Boye was named All-Metro as a senior.
Boye Mafe Salary
Mafe will receive an annual base salary of $1,483,386 in 2024.
Boye Mafe’s Net Worth
Boye has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 million US dollars.
Boye Mafe Career
Mafe redshirted his true freshman season and he recorded three sacks, 14 tackles, and 3.5 tackles for loss as a redshirt sophomore. After he recorded 4.5 sacks, 27 tackles, and 5.5 for loss with two forced fumbles and two passes defended in six games played in the team’s COVID-19-shortened 2020 season Boye was named honorable mention All-Big Ten Conference.
In the second round of the 2022 NFL Draft Mafe was selected 40th overall by the Seattle Seahawks. The Seahawks obtained the 40th overall selection in the Russell Wilson trade from the Denver Broncos. Boye recorded a sack against Sam Howell in a 29–26 victory over the Washington Commanders in week 10, setting a franchise record for the most sacks in consecutive games with 7.