Jalen Wydermyer, a football player plays tight end for the Buffalo Bills of the National Football League. He is 116 kg in weight and 1.93 meters tall. In the American city of Dickinson, Texas, he was born on December 20, 2000. He attended Dickinson High School and played football for the school’s football team.
As a senior, he caught 42 receptions for 875 yards and 10 touchdowns. He attended Texas A&M University and became a member of the Aggies football team there. As a freshman, he had a bigger impact on Texas A&M’s offense than was initially anticipated due to the season-ending injury suffered by teammate Baylor Cupp at the end of training camp. In the 2021 season, he caught 40 passes for a total of 515 yards.
He made the decision to forego his last year of eligibility in order to take part in the 2022 NFL Draft. He holds the school record for tight ends in terms of receptions, receiving yards, and touchdown catches in his career. He agreed to a non-drafted free agent contract with the Buffalo Bills on May 13, 2022.
Who Are Jalen Wydermyer Parents?
Jalen Wydermyer is the son of Tremona Wydermyer and Vincent Wydermyer. There is no other information available on who they are.