KaVontae Turpin is a wide receiver with the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League. His height is 1.75 m, and his weight is 69 kg. He played football while he was a student at Neville High School. As a senior, he racked up 1,928 all-purpose yards and 29 touchdowns, including 904 rushing and 724 receiving.
He received honors for being All-State, All-NELA Big School Offensive Player of the Year, and All-Northeast Louisiana. He played college football for the TCU Horned Frogs squad at Texas Christian University. As a true freshman, he started five of the 13 contests.
He recorded four receiving touchdowns and six receptions for 138 yards in a 50-7 victory over the University of Texas in October 2015, earning him the Big 12 Co-Offensive Player of the Week honor. His six career special teams touchdowns were the most in TCU history, and he ended his collegiate career as perhaps the best punt returner in school history with four punt returns for scores.
Turpin joined the Frisco Fighters of the IFL in 2020 after being passed over in the 2019 NFL Draft. For the first season of 2021, he joined the FCF Glacier Boyz. Turpin and the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League agreed to a three-year contract in July 2022.
Who Are KaVontae Turpin Parents?
KaVontae Turpin is yet to reveal who his parents are.