Cordale Flott is an American football cornerback who was born on August 24, 2001. He now plays for the New York Giants in the National Football League.
He attended LSU for his college football career. Flott grew up in the town of Saraland, Alabama, and went to high school there as well.
He entered the recruiting process with a rating of three stars and made an early pledge to play college football at Auburn.
Flott eventually changed his mind and decided to go with LSU to play football there. Flott participated in 14 of LSU’s games as a freshman,
making one start, and recording 15 tackles and four pass breakups as the Tigers went on to win the 2020 College Football Playoff National Championship.
Flott was a freshman at the time. The following year, as a sophomore, he was given the starting position and finished the season with 43 tackles, 4.5 tackles for loss, four passes defensed, and one forced fumble.
Flott had 41 tackles, four pass deflections, and one interception during his junior season, during which he participated in 11 games and started 10 of them.
Following the conclusion of the season, he made the announcement that he will forego the remainder of his collegiate eligibility and instead enter the NFL Draft in 2022.
During the 2022 NFL Draft, the New York Giants selected Flott with the 81st pick in the third round. Flott will be playing for the Giants.
Cor’Dale Flott Contract
The Giants have agreed to pay Flott $5,241,844 over the course of three years, with $992,248 of that sum being guaranteed.
The cap hit for Flott will be $953,062 in the year 2022, $1,191,328 in the year 2023, $1,429,594 in the year 2024, and $1,667,860 in the year 2025. Only.46% of the Giants’ salary cap will be consumed by him in 2022.
Details of his net worth are not available