Jon Feliciano was rated as the nation’s 55th-best offensive tackle by Rivals.com and a three-star recruit by Scout.com, who listed him as the nation’s 19th-best offensive guard.
Sun Sentinel also named Feliciano to the First Team All-Broward. Feliciano had offers from a number of universities, including San Diego State University, Florida International University, and the University of Akron, but he was determined on attending the University of Miami.
With his highlight film in hand, Feliciano attended the 2008 University of Miami spring scrimmage with the support of his best buddy Sean Cole and his coach Rashad West.
Coach Tommie Robinson noticed him and offered him a scholarship to play for the University of Miami.
Early in the new millennium, Jon’s family relocated to Davie, Florida, where he finally enrolled in Western High School and participated in football and basketball.
Feliciano’s mother’s struggle with cancer, sporadic employment, and his brother’s health issues put a lot of burden on the family’s finances and emotional stability during his adolescence.
In 2008, his mother moved back to New York, but Feliciano happily stayed in Davie to finish high school. Feliciano had bouts of famine and homelessness throughout these formative years.
East Meadow, New York, is where Feliciano was born. His paternal grandparents were both Italian immigrants from Sicily, and his maternal grandparents were Puerto Rican.
He comes from a close-knit, large Italian family. Midway through the 1990s, Jon, his mother, and his younger brother moved to South Florida.
When he was younger, Feliciano preferred basketball to football and was more interested in creating and playing video games.
Jon Feliciano, born February 10, 1992, is an American football center for the New York Giants of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Miami.
Jon Feliciano Height: How Tall Is Jon Feliciano?
Height:6 ft 4 in (1.93 m).