Charlie Kolar is an American football tight end who currently plays for the Baltimore Ravens of the National Football League.
Charlie Kolar was born on February 10, 1999. (NFL). He attended Iowa State University for his college football career.
Kolar spent his childhood in Norman, Oklahoma, and went to high school at Norman North, where he participated in both football and basketball. During his junior year, he hauled in 52 passes for 920 yards and scored 13 touchdowns.
As a senior, Kolar was recognized as a member of the first team for All-State after accumulating 66 receptions, 1,240 yards, and 12 touchdowns.
At Norman North, he played basketball with NBA All-Star Trae Young, who was also on his team. After considering offers to play college football from Air Force, Army, and Stephen F. Austin,
Kolar chose to make his commitment to play college football at Iowa State going into his senior year. Despite a late push from Oklahoma State in the recruiting process,
Kolar chose to sign with Iowa State. As a freshman at Iowa State, Kolar participated in all 13 games and was selected to the Big 12 Conference’s second-team All-Conference by the league’s head coaches.
He gave serious consideration to entering the NFL Draft in 2020 but ultimately decided against doing so in order to complete his junior year with a redshirt.
In 2021, the William V. Campbell Trophy, also known as the “academic Heisman,” was presented to Kolar as a result of his accomplishments.
Where Is Charlie Kolar From?
Reports indicate that Charlie spent his childhood in Norman, which is the third-largest city in the state of Oklahoma in the United States and is located approximately 20 miles (32 kilometres) south of the central business district of Oklahoma City.
At the time of the census in 2020, the population of this city, which serves as the county seat of Cleveland County and is located within the metropolitan area of Oklahoma City, was 128.026.