Zach Allen is an American football defensive tackle for the Arizona Cardinals of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Boston College.
Allen participated in all 12 of the team’s regular-season games during his rookie year in 2015, mostly serving as a member of the special teams unit.
He was a member of the special teams for 66 plays and the defensive end position for 46 plays.
In the first game of his collegiate career, Allen collected two tackles: one assisted tackle in the game’s opening match against Maine and one solo tackle in the game’s second match against Howard.
In 2016, Allen participated in a total of 13 games (including the 2016 Quick Lane Bowl), with the game versus Georgia Tech in Dublin being the only one in which he started.
During the course of the season, Allen was responsible for a total of 36 tackles, including 19 solo stops, 17 assisted stops, and 6.0 sacks. During the course of the season, he was responsible for four pass breakups and two fumble recoveries.
Allen had a significant impact on his team’s victory over the Maryland Terrapins in the 2016 Quick Lane Bowl. He set a single-game career best with two sacks that resulted in a loss of 15 yards, and he also made two solo stops.
Zach Allen Parents: Who Are Zach Allen Parents?
American defensive tackle Zach Allen was born to his parents Mr and Mrs Allen. However, evident details about his parents are yet to be known by the public.