Jake Bobo Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, Seattle Seahawks

Jake Bobo
Jake Bobo

Jake Bobo Biography

Jackson Bobo is a famous American football player who is currently playing for the Seattle Seahawks as a wide receiver in the National Football League (NFL). Jake was a college football player at Duke prior to moving to UCLA and the Seahawks signed him as an undrafted free agent after the 2023 NFL Draft.

Jake Bobo Age

Jake Bobo was born on August 4, 1998, in North Andover, Massachusetts, United States, and presently he is 25 years old.

Jake Bobo Height

Bobo stands at a moderate height of 6 feet 4 inches (Approximately 1.93 m).

Jake Bobo Family

He was born in North Andover, Massachusetts though his supportive and hardworking parents Casey and Mike Bobo brought him up in Concord, Massachusetts. Jake’s parents both graduated from Dartmouth College.

Mike played college football as a wide receiver at Dartmouth, where he assisted the Big Green to an Ivy League championship, though is not the same Mike Bobo who is presently working for the Georgia Bulldogs as the offensive coordinator. Jake has not disclosed any information about his siblings thus this info will be updated as soon as Jake does.

Jake Bobo Wife

Jake is currently in a romantic relationship with his gorgeous girlfriend, Mackenzie Mae Cole according to his Instagram page. Mackenzie is a collegiate athlete as well.

Jake Bobo Education

Jake studied at the Belmont Hill School. As a senior, Jake caught 34 passes for five touchdowns and 514 yards. Bobo was rated a three-star recruit and committed to play college football at Duke after rejecting offers from the Army, Wake Forest, and Boston College.

Jake Bobo Salary

Bobo receives an annual salary of $901,667.

Jake Bobo’s Net Worth

Bobo has an approximate net worth of between $1 million – $5 million US dollars.

Jake Bobo Career

Jake’s college career commenced at Duke. As a freshman, Jake played in all 13 of the Blue Devils’ games and caught 10 passes for one touchdown and 167 yards. Jake missed the opening of his sophomore season with a broken collarbone. Jake scored one touchdown and led Duke with 358 receiving yards on 32 receptions as a junior. In 2021 Jake caught 74 passes for one touchdown and 794 yards. Jake entered the NCAA transfer portal after the season.

At first Jake transferred to UCLA. In the Bruins’ 40–32 upset win over 15th-ranked Washington, Bobo caught six passes for two touchdowns and 142 yards. Jake completed the season with 57 receptions for seven touchdowns and 817 yards. Jake was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Seattle Seahawks after the conclusion of the 2023 NFL Draft.

The Seahawks declared that he had made the initial 53-man roster after a standout preseason, during which DK Metcalf the starting wide receiver praised him. In a Week 2 win against the Detroit Lions Jake caught his first regular-season NFL pass, acquiring three yards on a toss from Geno Smith the Seahawks quarterback.

During the Week 3 victory over the Carolina Panthers Jake caught his first regular-season NFL touchdown during the fourth quarter when he came down with a 5-yard jump ball from Smith. In 2023 during an outstanding training camp, Chad Morton the running backs coach coined the phrase “More Bobo,” which was fast picked up by the locker room in recognition of his playmaking abilities and consistent performance.

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