Beau Brinkley’s career started at Kearney (Mo.) High School where he received a letter of achievement in both football and basketball during his time there.
Finished his high school career with 47 receptions, 750 receiving yards (16.0 average), and eight touchdowns to his credit.
Following his graduation from high school, Brinkley enrolled at the University of Missouri, where he was a member of the Tigers H for four years (2008- 2011).
In 2008, Brinkley began his career as a favored walk-on and quickly rose to the position of long snapper.
He made a total of 50 career appearances for the Tigers, during which time Missouri kickers were successful in 79 of 98 field goal tries (80.6% of those attempts) and 210 of 212 extra point attempts (99.1% of those efforts).
As a senior for the Tigers in 2011, Brinkley was recognized as the Tigers’ Co-Special Teams Player of the Year after participating in all 13 games as snapper and making five special teams tackles.
What Is Beau Brinkley’s Position
In American football, Beau Brinkley plays as a long snapper. He is currently playing for the Atlanta Falcons
Who Drafted Beau Brinkley?
Beau Brinkley was not drafted in the 2012 NFL draft. He was signed by the Tennessee Titans as an undrafted free agent.