In the National Football League, Benjamin St-Juste represents the Washington Commanders. He weighs 91 kg and stands 1.91 m tall. Both his high school education and football career were completed at Cégep du Vieux Montréal. He was given a scholarship offer to play for the University of Michigan’s Michigan Wolverines after graduating from high school.
He played in 12 games for the Wolverines as a freshman in 2017, but a hamstring injury forced him to miss the second season. In just two years, he completed his sports management bachelor’s degree at the University of Michigan. In 2019, he transferred as a graduate student to the University of Minnesota.
He continued playing football at the University of Minnesota with the Minnesota Golden Gophers football team for two years, participating in 18 games and recording 59 tackles. The Washington Commanders Football Team selected St-Juste with the 74th overall choice in the third round of the 2021 NFL Draft. Shortly after, the Toronto Argonauts selected him in the sixth round of the 2021 CFL Draft.
In May 2021, he signed a four-year rookie deal with the Commanders. In the Commanders’ season opener against the Los Angeles Chargers, he made his NFL debut, recording four tackles but also allowing six receptions in a 20-16 loss.
How Much Does Benjamin St-Juste Make?
Benjamin St-Juste makes $891,852 as his average annual salary.