Josh Jobe Biography
Joshua Jobe is a famous American football player who is currently playing for the Philadelphia Eagles as a cornerback in the National Football League (NFL). Josh was a college football player at Alabama and in 2020 he won a national championship.
Josh Jobe Age
Josh Jobe was born on April 9, 1998, in Miami, Florida, United States, and presently he is 25 years of age.
Josh Jobe Height
Jobe stands at an average stature of 5 feet 11 inches (Approximately 1.8 m).
Josh Jobe Family
He was born and brought up in Miami, Florida, United States by his supportive and protective parents. Josh’s dad is named Reggie Donaldson while his mother’s name is unknown and both of his parents worked as teachers.
Josh Jobe Wife
Presently Josh is assumed to be single because he has not disclosed any information concerning his marital status in the limelight thus this info will be updated as soon as Josh does.
Josh Jobe Education
Josh schooled at Christopher Columbus High School. Jobe was rated a four-star recruit and at first, he committed to the University of Miami to play college football. Jobe moved to Cheshire Academy in Cheshire, Connecticut prior to his senior year due to being ruled too old to play high school in Florida. Jobe also re-opened his recruitment and in the end, flipped his commitment in December 2017 to Alabama.
Josh Jobe Salary
Jobe receives an annual salary of $856,667.
Josh Jobe’s Net Worth
Josh has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 million US dollars.
Josh Jobe Career
As a true freshman, Josh played as a reserve defensive back in 14 games, making eight total tackles. In his sophomore season, he played in 12 games with two starts, one of which was the 2020 Citrus Bowl, and recorded three passes broken up, 28 tackles, and one interception. When he was going into his junior season, he was named a starter at cornerback.
On April 30, Josh was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Philadelphia Eagles after going unselected in the 2022 NFL Draft. Josh was among the three 2022 undrafted players to make the Eagles’ final roster, together with Reed Blankenship and Josh Sills.