Keaontay Ingram is an American football running back who currently plays for the Arizona Cardinals of the National Football League. Keaontay Ingram was born on October 26, 1999.
He attended Texas and USC for his college football careers. Carthage, Texas, was Ingram’s hometown, and he graduated from Carthage High School, where he was a standout on the gridiron, on the track, and on the basketball court.
In the 2016 Texas 4A Division I state football championship game, Austin Ingram was honoured as the Most Valuable Player (MVP) of the Offense.
He finished his career at Carthage with 76 rushing touchdowns, which is enough to give him the record for the school.
The University of Texas offered Ingram a scholarship to play college football, but he chose Texas over the other 26 programs.
He is one of only two athletes to have consecutive 2,000-yard seasons and one of only three athletes to have a career total of more than 5,000 yards.
During his freshman year at Texas, he participated in a total of 13 games and started two of those contests. He ran for a total of 708 yards and scored three touchdowns.
Additionally, he caught 27 passes for 170 yards and added two more touchdowns to his stat line. He participated and started all 13 games that he played in as a sophomore,
rushing for 853 yards and scoring six touchdowns. As a sophomore, he had four games with at least 100 yards receiving, the most by a Longhorn since D’Onta Foreman in 2016.
Where Is Keaontay Ingram Coming From?
Keaontay Ingram is a native of the city of Carthage, which is located in the state of Texas in the United States. He is an American football player.