The Washington Commanders of the National Football League are home to professional cornerback Corn Elder. His weight is 84 kg and 1.78 meters tall describe him. He participated in football while attending Ensworth High School. As a senior, he rushed for 2,618 yards and scored 39 touchdowns, helping the team win its third consecutive Division II-AA state championship.
He was Tennessee’s two-time Mr. Football Player of the Year and a four-star prospect out of high school. He was a Miami Hurricanes football player while a student at the University of Miami. In 2013, he played in ten games as a true freshman, started seven of them, recorded seven tackles, and returned seven kickoffs for 164 yards.
He started all 13 games as a senior and had a fantastic season as one of Miami’s best defensive playmakers. The Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association named him to their second team All-ACC, and the ACC coaches named him to their first team. In the fifth round of the 2017 NFL Draft, the Carolina Panthers selected Elder with the 152nd overall pick.
Following the last roster cuts in August 2019, he was let go. In September of this year, he joined the practice squad of the New York Giants. He joined the Detroit Lions in April 2021, but was released in August. On August 30, 2022, Elder was released by the Washington Commanders, and the next day he was added to the practice squad.
How Much Does Corn Elder Make?
Corn Elder’s annual salary is $1,055,000.