David Bada is of Ghanaian descent. He was born and raised in Munich, Bavaria, Germany, where his parents currently reside.
Baba is one of the few Europeans in the NFL. In 2019, he was one of a number of non-American players who took part in the National Football League’s International Player Pathway Program. Baba joined the Washington Commanders for the 2020 season.
He was a member of Washington’s practice squad for the whole season as an exempt player, and he was kept there for the 2021 campaign as well.
On January 12, 2022, he became a member of the Washington Futures Club by signing a contract with them.
As a young lad, Bada also excelled in football. He was a talented soccer player even before he attended kindergarten, and he spent time with TSV Forstenried in the Bezirksoberliga. He started off as a goalkeeper but eventually played everywhere else on the field.
Most of the time, he played either as a striker or a center-back; nevertheless, at some point in his career, as strange as it may sound, he grew to be too big and too heavy to compete at the professional level.
When Was David Bada Drafted?
David Bada was not drafted. He was signed as an undrafted rookie by Washington Commanders in 2020.