James Wiggins(Footballer) Wiki, Age, Height, Weight, Biography, Family, Career, Net Worth, Wife, & More
James Wiggins is an American Footballer who lives in Miami, Florida. He plays as safety position in gridiron football. Wiggins has played his high school football for South Dade Senior High School at Homestead and college football for Cincinnati Bearcats football team. In National Football League, he plays for Arizona Cardinals.
|Real name||James Wiggins|
|Date of Birth||April 26, 1997|
|Age (as 2022)||25 years old|
|Birth Place||Miami, Florida|
|Net worth||$3 million (Approx.)|
Birth & Early Life
James Wiggins was born on April 26, 1997 at Miami, Florida. He has completed his high schooling studies from South Dade Senior High School and went to University of Miami but, switched to University of Cincinnati for further studies.
|High School||South Dade Senior High School|
|College/University||University of Cincinnati|
Wiggins has attended his high schooling football team at South Dade Senior High School. After that, he was enrolled in University of Miami.
Wiggins was not selected in University of Miami and then enrolled in University of Cincinnati. In 2016, Wiggins as true freshman. In 2018, in that season, he took 2 interceptions for Bearcats. In that season, he wins against Ohio and he recorded a interception for 1 yard line with 52 seconds left. In 2020, Wiggins was named as First-Team All-American Athletic Conference.
Wiggins was selected by the Arizona Cardinals in 7th round with 243rd overall pick in National Football League Drafts 2021. In that year, he signed four year rookie contract with Arizona Cardinals on May 20. On August 31, 2021, he was waived and then re-signed on next day in practice squad. After that on December 4, he was injured. Later on in 2022 season, Wiggins was waived by Arizona Cardinals.
|High School||Not Known|
|Squad Number||#38 (Arizona Cardinals)|
|Height||5 feet 11 inch|
Facts of James Wiggins
- Wiggins was injured in 2019 college football season.
- In 2016, Wiggins as Redshirted as true freshman.
- Wiggins first committed to University of Miami then he switched to University of Cincinnati.
- From 2016-20, he was named to Bruce Feldman’s College Football.