Kenneth McIntosh Biography
Kenneth McIntosh is a famous American football player who is presently playing in the National Football League (NFL) as a running back for the Seattle Seahawks. Kenneth was a college football player at Georgia.
Kenneth McIntosh Age
Kenneth McIntosh was born on March 3, 2000, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States, and presently Kenneth is 23 years old.
Kenneth McIntosh Height
McIntosh stands at an average stature of 6 feet 0 inches (Approximately 1.83 m).
Kenneth McIntosh Family
He was born and brought up in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States by his supportive and protective parents Kyria and Richard McIntosh. Kenny was brought up together with his five amazing siblings and his two older brothers, Deon McIntosh played at Notre Dame and Washington State and R. J. McIntosh played as an NFL defensive end.
Kenneth McIntosh Wife
Kenneth has not babbled any information regarding his marital status in the limelight due to his secretive nature thus these details will be updated as soon as the running back for the Seattle Seahawks does.
Kenneth McIntosh Education
Mclntosh enrolled and graduated from University School based in nearby Davie.
Kenneth McIntosh Salary
In May 2023 Mclntosh signed a four-year, $3.93 million contract with the Seahawks.
Kenneth McIntosh’s Net Worth
Mclntosh has an approximate net worth of between $1 million – $5 million US dollars.
Kenneth McIntosh Career
During Georgia’s 2019 season, Kenneth saw limited playing time as a freshman, collecting 2 touchdowns and 174 yards on 25 carries while playing behind fellow running backs James Cook, Zamir White, Brian Herrien, and D’Andre Swift. McIntosh rushed for 1 touchdown on 47 carries (second most behind White) and 251 yards (third most behind White and Cook) as a sophomore in the shortened 2020 season.
McIntosh ran for 3 touchdowns and 328 yards on 58 carries (third most behind White and Cook), adding another 2 touchdown catches and 242 yards receiving in 13 games as a junior in 2021 (including the Southeastern Conference Championship and Georgia’s two playoff games).
In the first quarter of the Orange Bowl against Michigan (first round of the College Football Playoff (CFP), on December 31, 2021, Georgia ran a trick play in which Kenneth took a handoff from quarterback Stetson Bennett, rolled to the right, and finished an 18-yard touchdown pass to receiver Adonai Mitchell, putting Georgia up 14–0. Afterward, the Bulldogs won 34–11 and moved to the 2022 CFP National Championship. Kenneth caught 3 passes and rushed 2 times for 6 yards for 23 yards in the 33–18 win over Alabama in the national championship.
In the seventh round (237th overall) of the 2023 NFL Draft Kenneth was selected by the Seattle Seahawks. On September 9, 2023, Kenneth was placed on injured reserve and on November 11 he was activated.