|Full Name||Justin Patrick Herbert|
|Born||10 March 1998 (24 years)|
|Height||6 ft. 6 in (1.98 m)|
|Weight||237 lb. (108 kg)|
Who is Justin Herbert?
Justin Herbert a popular American football quarterback, who currently plays for the Los Angele Chargers of the National Football League (NFL). He used to play college football at the Oregon Ducks. He won the 2019 Pac-12 Championship as well as named MVP of the 2020 Rose Bowl. Justin was drafted sixth overall by the Chargers in the 2020 NFL Draft. At the Chargers, he starting quarterback in second game of his rookie year.
Childhood & Early Life
Justin was born in 1998 in Eugen, Oregon. He joined Sheldon High School where he used to play football, basketball, and baseball. In his junior season, he suffered a broken leg in the third game. As a senior, he passed for 3130 yards as well as touchdowns and rushed for 543 yards and 10 touchdowns. In addition, he was named 1st Team All-State as well as the Southwest Conference Offensive Player of the year.
In 2016, Justine started his freshman season listed as QB2 on the depth chart. He became the first true freshman at Oregon to start as a Quarterback since Chris Miller in 1983. Furthermore, he became the starting quarterback after the fifth game of the season as well as showcased his talents throwing for 1936 yards including 19 touchdowns with just four interceptions in 8 starts.
In the 2017 season, His team started the season with a new head coach Willie Taggart. Justin missed in the lineup and led the Ducks to drop four of their next five games. He had a 6-2 record and threw for 1983 yards on 139 of 206 passing attempts of 67.5 percent, including 15 touchdowns over only five interceptions. Furthermore, Justin named first-team CoSIDA Academic All-American with a 4.08 grade-point average in biology.
In the 2018 season, Justin led the ducks to a 9-4 record as well as a victory in the Red box Bowl. He finished the year with 3151 passing yards, 29 passing touchdowns, as well as two rushing touching touchdowns. Justin was named to the Pac-12 All-Academic first-team after his 31 total touchdown were the best for the second in the Pac-12 Conference behind Washington State’s Gardner Minshew.
2019 season, Justin announced that he would return to Oregon for his senior season. Moreover he led the Ducks to a 12-2 record, including a win in the Rose Bowl and ran for three touchdowns as well as named Offensive MVP. He totaled 3471 passing yards, 32 passing touchdowns as well as rushing touchdowns. He was also named the 30th recipient of the William V. Campbell Trophy that also referred to as the “Academic Heisman”.
Justin was drafted by the Los Angeles Changers in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft. On 25 July 2020, he signed his four-year rookie contract that worth a full guaranteed $26.6 million. His jersey was listed as the 12th best selling jersey to start the season. He was named the backup quarterback behind starter Tyrod Taylor ahead of week 1.
Justin finished the 2020 season with 311 passing yards , one touchdown, one interception as well as on rushing score as the Chargers lost 23-20 in overtime. He became only the third player in NFL history to pass for at at least 300 yards and rush for touchdown in his first career game. In week 5, Justin became the first rookie in NFL history to throw for four touchdown. He was also named Offensive Rookie of the Month after throwing 10 touchdowns to one interception in three starts with 901 passing yards and a 122.2 passer rating. Justin also became the first rookie quarter in NFL history with multiple touchdowns in seven consecutive games, and named the Offensive Rookie of the month for his performance .
Justin reached 4,000 yards passing for the season and becoming only the fourth rookie quarterback to achieve the feat. He was named Rookies of the and Offensive Rookie of the Year by the Pro Football Writers of America. He completed the season on a four-game winning streak with 4,336 yards passing, 31 touchdowns as well as 10 interceptions.
In the 2021 season, Justin recorded franchise records with 5,014 passing yards, 38 passing touchdowns as well as 15 interceptions. Moreover, he had 63 carriers for 302 rushing yards and three rushing touchdowns, leading the Chargers to 9-8 record as well as his first career Pro Bowl and became the first quarterback in franchise history to throw for at at least 5,000 yards in a single season.
- 31 Most passing touchdowns by a rookie quarterback
- 36 Most total touchdowns by a rookie quarterback
- 8 Most 300-yard passing games by a rookie quarterback
- 396 Most completions by a rookie quarterback
- 9,350 Most passing yards in a quarterback’s first two seasons
- 77 Most total touchdowns in a quarterback’s first two seasons
- 6 Most games with at least 3 touchdown passes by a rookie
- Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week (Pac-12 Coaches)
- Manning Award Quarterback of the Week
- Len Casanova Award
- Pac-12 Academic All-Conference 1st Team
- Academic All American 1st Team
- Offensive Team MVP
- Pac-12 All-Academic 1st team
- Skeie’s Award
- Academic All-American 1st Team
- Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week
- William V. Campbell Trophy
- 2020 Rose Bowl Offensive MVP
Herbert Justin Family
Justin is a grandson of Rich Schwab, the former player as a receiver at the University of Oregon in the 1960s, and a Son of Mark Herbert and Holly Herbert, a former player of football who ran track at the University of Montana. He is the brother of Patrick and Mitchell.
Herbert Justin Parents
Justin is the Son of Mark and Holly Herbert.
Herbert Justin Siblings
Justin has two siblings named: Mitchell Herbert and Patrick Herbert.
Herbert Justin Girlfriend
Justin is dating an anchor and reporter for NFL Network, Taylor Bisciotti. Both of them have been spotted together having fun during their free time.
Herbert Justin’s Net Worth
Justin has an estimated net worth of $4 million.
Herbert Justin Salary
Justin has an average annual salary of $6,644,689.