Patrick Queen plays professionally for the NFL’s Baltimore Ravens football club. He suits up for the Ravens as a middle linebacker. He is 1.83 meters tall and 105 kilograms. Before transferring to high school, he played football at False River Academy during middle school. Later, when a student at Livonia High School, he participated in football as a linebacker and a running back.
He played on the football squad that won the 2014 state championship for Livonia High School. He ran for 1,487 yards and 19 touchdowns as a senior in 2016, while also recording 66 tackles, seven tackles for loss, and six passes broken. Additionally, he took part in the 2014 National Combine and receiving team honours.
He was a Louisiana State University student who participated in collegiate football for the LSU Tigers. In 12 games he appeared in as a true freshman, he made six tackles. He made 40 tackles by the time his sophomore season was up. Against Clemson, he made eight tackles, 2.5 of them for a loss.
He also made a combined sack for a total of one sack, earning him the title of Defensive MVP of the 2020 National Championship Game. In the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft, he was chosen by the Baltimore Ravens. He made his professional debut in the Cleveland Browns’ 38-6 defeat. Queen’s effort in Week 5 earned him the AFC Defensive Player of the Week award in October 2020.
Does Patrick Queen Have Any Kids?
No. Patrick Queen does not have kids.