Professional center Matt Farniok plays for the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League. 141 kg At 1.96 m tall, he weighs 141 kg. His former school, Washington High School, was where he also played football. In his sophomore year, he started at center on the offensive line. His junior year saw him honored as a member of the Class 11AAA All-state team and one of the Elite 45 by the Sioux Falls Argus Leader.
As a senior, he helped the group defeat its rivals. He received accolades such as Class 11AAA All-State, Parade All-American first team, South Dakota Gatorade Player of the Year, and Sioux Falls Argus Leader’s Elite 45. His recruit rating from 247Sports.com after high school was three stars.
He took part in college football with the Nebraska Cornhuskers at the University of Nebraska. As a redshirt freshman, he participated in 7 games, starting 4. Both right guard and right tackle were his positions of choice for two starts each. As a sophomore, he was chosen to start at right tackle, helping the team’s offense to average 456.2 yards per game.
As the juniors’ right tackle, he began each of the 12 games. In 2020, a year affected by the COVID-19 epidemic, he played in 8 games as a senior. In the seventh round of the 2021 NFL Draft, Farniok was taken by the Dallas Cowboys with the 238th overall pick. He signed a rookie deal worth $4 million in May 2021.
Who Are Matt Farniok Parents?
Brad Farniok and Christine and Rich Jones are known to be the parents of Matt Farniok. Apart from their names, there is nothing else known about them.