Keaontay Ingram (Footballer) Wiki, Age, Height, Weight, Biography, Family, Career, Net Worth, Wife, & More
Keaontay Ingram is an American Footballer who lives in Carthage, Texas. He plays as running back. In 2022, he is playing for Arizona Cardinals in National Football League. Keaontay has played College football for at Texas and University of Southern California. Keaontay is finalist for the Texas Mr. Football award as a senior after consecutive 2,000-yard seasons for Carthage High School
|Real name||Keaontay Ingram|
|Date of birth||October 26, 1999|
|Age (as 2022)||23 years old|
|Birth place||Carthage, Texas|
|Parents||Father: Damon Ellis |
Mother: Brandie Ingram
|Net worth||Not Known|
Birth & Early Life
Keaontay Ingram was born on October 26, 1999 at Carthage, Texas. He attended Carthage High School, where Keaontay played football, run track and played basketball. In 2016, he was won 4A Division state tittle and in same year he also named Offensive MVP of the Championship game.
|School||Carthage High School, Carthage, Texas|
Keaontay grew up in Carthage, Texas. He has won 4A Division state title and been named Offensive MVP of the championship game in 2016. In 2017, he also won again 4A Division I state title game. In same year he was one of three finalists in Mr. Texas Football High School Player of the year Award. After that in 2018, Keaontay played for Under Armour All- America Game. He made the record in Carthage school by rushing touchdowns with 76, and he was counted in one of three athletes with more than 5,000 yards.
Keaontay has played 13 matches in his first year at Texas, he rushed of 708 yards and three touchdowns and added 27 receptions for 170 and 2 goals. After that he was part in Big 12 Championship Game it was played on December 1, 2018 AT&T Stadium in Arlington, at there he rushed only seven yards.
On January 1, 2019, he participated in Sugar Bowl which was sponsored by the Allstate insurance company, where he rushed 25 yards and added 3 catches in 24 yards. In Sugar Bowl 2019, he played 13 matches and he rushed 853 yards with six touchdowns. He also got 29 passes for 242 yards and 3 touchdowns.
Later on Keaontay was part of Alamo Bowl which was played on December 31, 2019 and sponsored by Valero Energy. He rushed 108 yards and won the match by 38-10 for Texas. In 2020, Keaontay played 6 matches and started 3 times, he rushed 250 yards and I n 103 yards he caught 11 passes and 1 touchdown. After that he was selected in All-Big 12 and also selected in Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll in 2019 & 2020. Later on he was selected to University of Southern California (USC), where he played 10 matches and started in seven of them he rushed 911 yards and five touchdowns and received 156 yards, after that he was not able to play because of rib injury. In 2021, Keaontay won Award of “Rise and Shine” from Jack Oakie.
Keaontay included for NFL Draft in January, he was selected for Arizona Cardinals in 6th round with 201 pick. He played his first match against Cincinnati Bengals for Arizona Cardinals.
|International Debut||Not Known|
|High School |
|2017: Under Armour All-America Game |
2018: Big 12 Championship Game
2022: Arizona Cardinals