Britain Covey is a wide receiver and return specialist for the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League.
He presently competes in the sport of American football. The 18th of March, 1997 was the day he was born. (NFL). Before being signed by the Eagles in 2022 as an undrafted free agent,
he played college football for the University of Utah. During that time, he was a member of the NCAA. In addition to being the driving force behind his team’s back-to-back state titles,
he was also named the Utah Valley Football Player of the Year on not one but two distinct occasions. He ran for a total of 2904 yards and scored 44 touchdowns as a rusher,
in addition to throwing for a total of 56 touchdowns while also scoring 44 touchdowns through the air. He completed passes for 4492 yards and ran for 2904 yards for a total of 4492 yards.
Covey finished his high school football career with 111 touchdowns, which places him fourth all-time in Utah high school history.
This is despite the fact that he only started his first two years of high school football. According to a report put out by Pro Football Focus, Covey was named to the Freshman All-America Receivers team.
He was not present throughout the 2016 and 2017 campaigns since he was serving in the LDS church in Chile as a missionary during that time.
During the 2018 campaign, he participated in a total of thirteen games and started a total of four of them. After racking up 221 punt return yards and 144 kick return yards,
he was named to the first team of all-conference returners. As a result of injuring his anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in the Pac-12 Championship Game, he was unable to play in any of the bowl games.
Covey was awarded a redshirt despite the fact that he had already competed in four games during the 2019 season.
How Tall Is Britain’s Covey?
Wide receiver and return specialist for the Philadelphia Eagles, Britain Covey stands at a height of 1.73 meters and plays for the American football team.