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Nate Landman was born in Harare on November 19, 1998, in Zimbabwe, where his father, Shaun, was a professional rugby player. His family settled in Danville, California after arriving back in the country.



He is an American football linebacker for the Atlanta Falcons of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Colorado.

He participated in football, rugby, and baseball while attending Monte Vista High School. Landman excelled at both linebacker and wide receiver while playing both positions.



Landman accumulated over 1,000 receiving yards over his four years of varsity play. He also recorded over 160 tackles, 15 sacks, and 4 interceptions.

Landman led Monte Vista in a state playoff run during his senior year. Landman won the East Bay Athletic League MVP award in his final season.


He was named to the MaxPreps All-NorCal High School Football Team and the San Jose Times East Bay Defensive Player of the Year. For his final two seasons, he was named to all district and state teams.

How Good Is Nate Landman?

One of the most distinguished Buffs ever, Landman retired from Boulder. He reached 400 tackles, becoming the sixth player in school history to do so, and is second all-time in single stops. Landman leads CU all-time in tackles for 0 and third and fourth down stops.

What Happened To Nate Landman?



Landman did the 40-yard dash at CU’s pro day on March 16, but his 20 reps on the 225-pound bench press allayed any worries about the shoulder issue that kept him out of the final five games of the 2021 season. Landman also missed the final few games of the 2020 campaign due to an Achilles tear.

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