American football tight end Charlie Kolar presently competes for the National Football League’s Baltimore Ravens.
On February 10, 1999, Charlie Kolar was born. (NFL). He played collegiate football for Iowa State University. Kolar grew up in Norman, Oklahoma, and attended Norman North High School, where he played basketball and football.
He caught 52 passes for 920 yards and 13 touchdowns during his junior season. As a senior, Kolar amassed 66 receptions, 1,240 yards, and 12 touchdowns, earning him a spot on the first team for All-State.
He played basketball at Norman North with NBA All-Star Trae Young, who was also on his squad. Kolar decided to commit to playing collegiate football at Iowa State heading into his senior year after weighing offers from Air Force, Army, and Stephen F. Austin. Despite a late push from Oklahoma State in the recruiting process,
Kolar chose to sign with Iowa State. Kolar played in each of Iowa State’s 13 games as a freshman and was chosen by the Big 12 Conference’s head coaches for the second team All-Conference.
He really considered going into the 2020 NFL Draft, but finally decided against it so that he could redshirt the rest of his junior year.
Kolar received the William V. Campbell Trophy, popularly known as the “academic Heisman,” in 2021 as recognition for his achievements.
Charlie Kolar Contract
The Baltimore Ravens and Charlie Kolar came to terms on a contract worth a total of $4,364,884 over four years, with the player receiving a signing bonus of $704,884 and having $704,884 of his salary guaranteed, with an annual salary of $1,091,221.
In the year 2022, Kolar will bring in a base salary of $705,000 and a signing bonus of $704,884; concurrently, he will have a cap hit of $881,221 and a dead cap value of $704,884 due to his contract.