Ty Okada Biography
Tyler Okada is a popular American football player who is currently playing for the Seattle Seahawks as a safety in the National Football League (NFL). Ty was a college football player at Montana State.
Ty Okada Age
Ty Okada was born in Woodbury, Minnesota, United States, on June 4, 1999, and presently he is 24 years old.
Ty Okada Height
Okada stands at a moderate height of 5 feet 11 inches (Approximately 1.80 m).
Ty Okada Family
He was born and nurtured in Woodbury, Minnesota, United States by his loving and supportive parents, Chris and Michelle Okada. Ty’s dad is a retired teammate Grant Ryers plays football at Minnesota and was a Mankato State swimmer. Okada was nurtured alongside his amazing older brother MJ Okada.
Ty Okada Wife
Ty has not mentioned any information regarding his love life in the public eye due to his mysterious nature therefore these details will be updated as soon as the Seattle Seahawks safety does.
Ty Okada Education
He studied at East Ridge High School. During his high school career, he was a 2017 All-Star selection in baseball and a two-time All-Section selection. In his sophomore year, he acquired All-State honors, was a multiple-team captain for wrestling, and also a two-time MSHSL State qualifier. In his senior season, he was named team captain in football and acquired the All-District Offensive Player of the Year honors as a quarterback.
Ty Okada Salary
Okada receives an annual salary of $915,000.
Ty Okada’s Net Worth
Ty has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 million US dollars.
Ty Okada Career
Ty entered the Montana State Bobcats as a walk-on and he won the “Young Gun” award as he had redshirted his true freshman season. Ty primarily played on special teams as a redshirt freshman. Due to injury, Okada missed most of the regular season during his redshirt sophomore season. After the injury, Ty went back to begin for the Bobcats to make his first career start at safety during the first round of the Football Championship Subdivision playoffs against Incarnate Word.
Ty also acquired the Montana State Coaches’ Award for Special Teams Player of the Year during that redshirt sophomore season. After making 78 tackles with eight passes broken up, six tackles for loss, and two interceptions while assisting his team to the FCS National Championship Game in Frisco, Texas he was named second-team All-Big Sky Conference as a redshirt junior. After completing his redshirt senior season with a blocked punt, one interception, 73 tackles, and three sacks against Eastern Washington he repeated as a second-team All-Big Sky selection and led the team with ten passes broken up.
On May 12, 2023, Okada was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Seattle Seahawks. On August 29, 2023, Ty was waived and re-signed to the practice squad. On November 18, 2023, Okada was elevated to the active roster and on December 30 he was promoted to the active roster.