Feleipe Franks, a tight end and quarterback for the Atlanta Falcons in the American Football League, is a native American.
In 2021, the Falcons selected Franks as an undrafted free agent after he played college football at Florida and Arkansas. At Florida, Franks had previously played college football.
He passed for 6,867 yards and 81 touchdowns as a high school senior, earning him a rating of four stars among potential college quarterbacks. Francesco Franks wore a red jersey while sitting out Florida’s 2016 season.
He was selected as Florida’s starting quarterback for the season opener versus Michigan in 2017 when he was still a true freshman.
The Gators started off well, going 3-1, but after dropping six of their final seven games, they finished with a disappointing 4-7 record. The school’s second losing campaign since 1979 occurred this year.
Franks was the team’s top passer, finishing with 1,438 passing yards, nine touchdowns, and eight interceptions.
On May 3, 2021, Franks signed a contract with the Atlanta Falcons and became an undrafted free agent. He will be the third-string quarterback after the starter, Matt Ryan, and the second-stringer, Josh Rosen.
In Week 11, Franks made his NFL debut during the last drive of the Falcons’ contest against the New England Patriots. Adrian Phillips, a safety, intercepted his first pass, which resulted in the game’s final score of 0–25.
Where Is Feleipe Franks Now?
Feleipe Franks is a Native American and may be found in the United States at this present day.