Dominique Raheem Mostert, a running back for the Miami Dolphins of the National Football League, was born on April 9, 1992. (NFL). At Purdue, he played collegiate football.
Mostert was regarded as the quickest college football player in all of the NCAA by NFL.com, and at the 2014 Big Ten Indoor Track and Field Championships, only Oklahoma State wide receiver Tyreek Hill had a quicker 100-meter time.
Mostert won the event (9.98 seconds). According to NFL.com, Mostert is the quickest college football player in the entirety of the NCAA.
During his time spent competing for his high school, he showed outstanding performance in all three of the events: the sprint, the hurdles, and the jumps.
In the Central Florida All-Star Game that took place in 2010, Mostert was named the game’s Most Valuable Player as a result of his performance in which he caught three passes for more than 100 yards and returned a kickoff 94 yards for a touchdown (MVP).
In addition to that, he was a participant in the football game that was played between the Northern and Southern regions of Florida.
Raheem Mostert Contract
Raheem Mostert agreed to terms with the Miami Dolphins on a one-year contract worth a total of $2,125,000, which included a signing bonus of $750,000 and a guarantee of $1,000,000 in salary.
Mostert’s total compensation will include a basic salary of $1,175,000, a signing bonus of $750,000, and a roster bonus of $200,000; he will also have a cap hit of $1,936,765 and a dead cap value of $1,000,000.
It is believed that Raheem Mostert has a net worth of around $3 Million USD.