Kaleb McGary plays offensive lineman for the Atlanta Falcons in the National Football League. His height is 2.01 m, and his weight is 139 kg. He attended Battle Ground High School before moving to Fife High School, where he played offensive line, tight end, and defensive line. He consented to play collegiate football for the University of Washington. He played four seasons of collegiate football for the Washington Huskies.
He was named to the All-Pac-12 first team in 2018 and won the Morris Trophy as the best offensive guard in the league. He started all 16 of his games as a rookie in 2019. In the 14 games he appeared in during the 2020 season, he made 13 starts.
As the Huskies’ right tackle across four seasons, he appeared in 53 games and made 47 starts. Along with that, he took 3,216 snaps and only gave up six sacks. With the 31st overall selection in the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft, the Atlanta Falcons selected McGary. In 2020 for the Falcons, he started 13 of 16 contests. He left the game against Dallas in week 2 due to an injury.
He missed Atlanta’s Week 14 loss to the Chargers and has missed five straight practices due to a family problem. McGary became a free agent following the season in May 2022 because the Falcons decided not to exercise the fifth year option on his contract.
Where Is Kaleb McGary Now?
Kaleb McGary is from Fife, Washington in the United States of America.