Lachavious Simmons is in his third season as an NFL player and his first season with the Arizona Cardinals. The Chicago Bears drafted him with the 227th overall pick in the seventh round of the 2020 NFL Draft.
Simmons attended Tennessee State University and was part of the Tennessee State Tigers from 2018-2021.
Simmons, born in Selma, Alabama, began his collegiate career at Tennessee State as a junior in 2018, starting six games as a left guard.
During the 2019 season, he started 12 games at left guard and left tackle, contributing to an offense that produced more than 400 yards per game on average.
Simmons was chosen for the first-team all-conference for the Ohio Valley Conference. Additionally, he participated in the all-star game for the Hula Bowl.
During the draft, he was the only player chosen from a historically black college or university. On July 21, he signed a four-year rookie deal with the team.
On September 5, he was one of the players that were cut from the active roster in the final round, and on September 6, he was brought into the practice squad.
How Old Is Lachavious Simmons?
Lachavious Simmons was born on September 12, 1996, in Selma, Alabama. He is 26 years old.