Artavis Scott is an American footballer playing in the National Football League (NFL). He is the wide receiver for the Houston Texans. He signed with Los Angeles Chargers in 2017. In early 2020, Scott was signed a reserve contract with Indianapolis Colts and was waived in September 2020. In November, Artavis joined Houston Texans.
Artavis Scott played football in East Lake High School, Tarpon Springs, Florida. Scott had 172 receptions for 3035 yards and 32 touchdowns receiving, 5330 all-purpose yards, and 51 total touchdowns, 980 yards, and 140 touchdowns rushing. Artavis went to Clemson University, Clemson, South Carolina, and played college football there.
Quick Facts: Artavis Scott Height And Age: How Old Tall?
|Birthday||October 12, 1994|
|Height||5 Feet 10 Inches|
|Education||East Lake High School|
10 Fun Facts About Artavis Scott
- Artavis Scott celebrates his birthday on October 12. He was born in the year 1994 in Oldsmar, Florida. His present age is 26.
- The player Artavis Scott stands at a height of 5 feet 10 inches or 1.78 meters tall. Artavis Scott weighs 195 lbs or 88 kgs.
- Artavis Scott has over 109.2k followers on Twitter. Artavis joined Twitter in December 2012 and his bio is Jesus First. He mainly tweets about his game updates and highlights.
- Scott’s Instagram account is filled with his car collections, game highlights, and videos of training. He has 37k followers on Instagram.
- Artavis Scott earned $142,800 as his base salary in 2020. Moreover, he earns his living through his football career, advertisements, and sponsorships.
- Artavis Scott’s net worth is estimated to be around $1 million including all his assets.
- Artavis Scott carries a private life and hasn’t disclosed his parents and family details. We do know that his mother is Johnatta Daniels.
- Artavis has a Wikipedia page where details about his stats and professional career are present.
- Artavis Scott has not revealed his relationship details to the public. We do not know his girlfriend or partner’s name.
- When he was in high school, he was rated as a four-star recruit and the ninth-best wide receiver by Rivals.com.
- Scott gave up college football in 2017 to enter NFL.