Ricky Person Jr. Biography
For the National Football League’s Baltimore Ravens, running back Ricky Person competes professionally. He stands 1.83 meters tall and weighs 98 kilograms. On December 11, 1999, he was born in Wake Forest, North Carolina, in the United States. Before transferring to Heritage High School, where he played for head coach and former Wolfpack and NFL star Dewayne Washington, he attended Franklinton High School, where he spent his first two seasons of high school athletics.
He was the team captain and one of 16 national finalists for the U.S. Army Player of the Year honor. In addition, he participated in the US Army All-American Game. He attended North Carolina State University after high school and participated in collegiate football for the NC State Athletics. He had numerous rushes in his debut season of 2018, finishing with 471 yards as the second-leading rusher overall.
He underwent surgery in October of that year and missed a total of five games due to an ankle ailment in 2019. He received the team’s Ken McNeill Iron Wolf Award at the start of the 2020 campaign, which is given to the player who returns from injury. He was the team’s second-leading rusher with 643 yards in every game he started. For the first game of the year, he was named the ACC RB of the Week. The Baltimore Ravens acquired him as an undrafted free agent.