The New York Giants of the National Football League have Graham Clark Gano on their roster at the placekicker position (NFL).
In 2009, the Baltimore Ravens decided to take a chance on him and sign him as an undrafted free agent. In addition to playing for the Washington Redskins and the Carolina Panthers,
Gano has also played for the Las Vegas Locomotives. In 2018, when he was still playing for the Panthers, he kicked a field goal that was 63 yards long,
which set a new record for the organization. During his time playing high school football, Gano was regarded as the third-best kicker in the country by Rivals.com and was named to the first team of All-Americans by USA Today.
Gano kicked a field goal from 50 yards out during the California vs. Florida All-Star game, which he participated in.
Gano was regarded as one of the best sprinters in the state thanks to his outstanding performance as an athlete in track and field.
With a speed of 10.55 seconds, he was able to win three state titles in track and field at the 2005 FHSAA 3A District 1 competition.
Gano finished as the player with the most points scored by a kicker in the United States and was fourth overall in scoring in the FBS.
He is one of only two kickers in the league who has ever had a season in which he made more than 90 per cent of his field goal attempts.
The Seminoles’ single-season record for most field goals of 50 yards or more is held by Gano.
How Much Does Graham Gano Make?
Gano’s base salary will be $1,120,000 in 2022, and he will receive a restructure bonus of $2,630,000. In addition, Gano will have a cap hit of $2,917,962, and his dead cap value will be $5,592,592.