American football cornerback Zechariah McPhearson is now in his fourth season with the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League (NFL).
He played football at Texas Tech University. Zech McPhearson entered the world on March 21, 1998, in Baltimore, Maryland.
He went to a few different colleges and universities, including Penn State and Texas Tech. He started nine games as a senior and appeared in all 10 games for the team.
He made a total of 53 tackles. All of the Big 12’s head coaches, the AP and Phil Steele Magazine voted him into their first teams.
McPherson received NFC Special Teams Player of the Week honours for his efforts in Week 1 of the 2022 season against the Detroit Lions.
On special teams, he made two tackles and recovered an onside kick attempt during the game. He’s the first Eagle to take home the trophy since Jake Elliott back in 2021.
He signed a four-year rookie contract with the Philadelphia Eagles on June 3, 2021, making him a member of the team. McPherson’s mother, Kim, played for the National Women’s Football League,
while his father, Gerrick, was a member of the New England Patriots in 1988. His older brother, Derrick, graduated from the University of Illinois with a degree in football and spent some time playing professionally
with the Milwaukee Brewers. Matthews was drafted by the Arizona Diamondbacks in the fourth round after he graduated from high school. His sister Kimberly is a Division I collegiate soccer player.
How Much Does Zech McPhearson Make?
McPhearson will earn $825,000 as his basic salary in 2022, with a cap hit of $1,007,413 and a dead cap value of $547,239. McPhearson will have a dead cap value of $547,239 as well.