Justin Patrick Herbert is a quarterback for the Los Angeles Chargers in the NFL. He also played football through his college life for the Oregon Ducks and was the 2020 MVP.
He was drafted into the National Football League in the 2020 draft and was the sixth pick of the draft.
He has a series of awards that he has collected since 2016. Some of those awards include the Academic All American 1st Team, Skeie’s Award (Oregon Team Award – Most Valuable Player), Pac-12 Academic All-Conference 1st Team and Manning Award Quarterback of the Week – November 3, 2016.
Justin Herbert Net Worth is around $500 Thousand
Justin Herbert has just kickstarted his career in the National Football League. According to sources, Justin Herbert is estimated to have a net worth close to $500 Thousand for the year 2020. His salary however is still under review.
Why was Justin Herbert Trolled?
Justin Herbert is someone who has been recognized for his long wavy hair. Since the 22-year-old began playing football as quarterback in 2016, he was always noticed as the kid with long hair. Recently, Justin Herbert gave the internet a reason to troll him after he decided to cut his hair off making him look completely unrecognizable.
He has a short cut which is the polar opposite of his wavy brown hair that drooped over his eyes and ears. In an interview recently when asked about his haircut, Justin Herbert said he had never had a haircut since 2016. He also went on to say,
“I’m not a superstitious guy but it was getting long and I needed to get it cut.”
Justin Herbert Formative Years and Education
Justin Herbert was born on the 10th of March, 1998 in Eugene Oregon. He was a student and graduate from Sheldon High school and was a student who loved playing basketball, football and baseball. When he was a senior, he made 37 touchdowns and 10 rushing touchdowns and was in the 1st team-all state and was also the southwest offensive player of the year.
During his football tenure at school, Justin Herbert broke his leg which led him to not being selected by any major programs but he still got offers from Northern Arizona, Portland State and Montana State. Justin Herbert stayed committed to his hometown in 2015. He graduated from the University of Oregon with a degree in Biology and had a 4.01 grade. He was also the recipient of the William V. Campbell Trophy for the year 2019. The award was given to recognize his excellence in the field athletics, academics and leadership. He also has a younger brother whose name is Patrick Herbert and he is a student at the University of Oregon as well.