Tucker Addington is a long snapper who is signed by the Dallas Cowboys practice squad. The Former Gamblers Long Snapper is entering his first professional season for the USFL and NFL.
Tucker Addington started his career at Canyon High School (Texas), where he was a two-year starter. He was a muti-athlete player who also run track and threw discus in high school.
Addington played in six games in his senior year, totaling 137 all-purpose yards.
The native of New Braunfels, Texas, now 24 years old, attended Sam Houston State University throughout his whole collegiate career.
Addington appeared in 11 games for the Bearkats as the team’s primary deep snapper as a freshman in 2016, recording two total tackles (all solo) and one fumble recovery.
Addington played in 11 games as the starter for the Bearkats’ deep snap in his junior season in 2018, recording three total tackles (two solo).
Addington participated in all 12 of the Bearkats’ games during his senior season, serving as the team’s primary deep snapper. He also recorded three total tackles, including two solo stops, and a fumble recovery.
When Was Tucker Addington Drafted?
Tucker Addington was selected by the Houston Gamblers in the sixth round of the 2022 USFL Draft. The longer snapper is currently signed to the Cowboys practice squad.