Deionte Thompson (Footballer) Wiki, Age, Height, Weight, Biography, Family, Career, Net Worth, Wife, & More
Deionte Thompson is an American Footballer who lives in Orange, Texas. He plays as Safety position in gridiron football. Thompson has played his high schooling football at West Orange-Stark High School at Texas and college football at Alabama Crimson Tide Football team. In National Football League (NFL), he plays for Arizona Cardinals since 2019.
|Real name||Deionte Thompson|
|Date of Birth||February 11, 1997|
|Age (as 2022)||25 years old|
|Birth Place||Orange, Texas|
|Net worth||$4 million (Approx.)|
Birth & Early Life
Deionte Thompson was born on February 11, 1997 at Orange, Texas. Thompson has attended his high schooling at West Orange-Stark High School and went to University of Alabama for further studies.
|High School||West Orange-Stark High School|
|College/University||University of Alabama|
Thompson has enrolled in University of Alabama for college football. In 2016 as true freshman, he played 14 games and recorded 8 tackles. After that in 2017, Thompson appeared in 14 games with 2 starts and recorded 25 tackles, an interception and 1 tackle for loss. Later on, he appeared 15 games with all starts, he recorded 79 tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss, 6 passes defensed and 2 interceptions and also named semifinalist in the Bednarik Award.
Thompson was selected by Arizona Cardinals in 5th round with 139th overall of the NFL Drafts 2019. In that season, he appeared in 11 games with 2 starts and recorded 20 tackles and a Quarterback.
|High School||Not Known|
|Squad Number||#22 (Arizona Cardinals)|
|Height||6 feet 1 inch|
Facts of Deionte Thompson
- Thompson has appeared in 41 games in first three seasons in NFL Draft (2019-21).
- In college football, he had played 43 games with 17 starts and recorded 113 tackles, 4.5 tackles for loss, 3 interceptions.
- In 2018, Thompson was named a semifinalist for the Bednarik Award after recoding, 78 tackles and 2 interceptions in 14 games.
- In 2020, he was on rest due to COVID-19 and then came on field on December 3.