Scottie Barnes is the best-recognized and 5 rated professional American basket player having a jersey number 4. His position in the game is Point Guard/ Power Forward. After playing for Cardinal Newman High School based in Florida, he was transferred to NSU University school where he was teamed up with Vernon Carey Jr, the nation’s highest-ranked junior.
Further, Scottie has helped his team to a 36-2 record and its first-ever Class 5A state title. He was declared as the most valuable player after posting 15 points and 8 rebounds in the final verses.
|Birthday||August 1, 2001|
|Height||6 feet 7 inches|
|Net Worth||$1 million to 5 million|
|Education||Mont Verde Academy|
I’m making this year, the best one. I’m going 🦍 ‼️🔥 pic.twitter.com/iAfCecZpJ3
— Scott Barnes (@ScottBarnes561) August 25, 2017
10 Facts on Scottie Barnes
- Scottie Barnes was born on the 1st of August in the year 2001. At present, his age is 19 years old.
- His born place is in the United States so he holds an American nationality.
- Moving on to his physical appearance, Scottie stands at a good height of 6 feet 9 inches (2.06 m) tall with a gigantic body shape. Moreover, his weight is 103 kg.
- Speaking about his net worth, Scottie’s current net worth is estimated at approximately $1 million to $5 million according to celebsagewiki.com. His salary is still under wraps.
- According to Wikipedia, he has won several gold medals. One of his achievements is he won gold medals for representing the US at the FIBA under 19 World Cup in 2019.
- According to the public source, Scottie is currently single and not dating anyone. We have no details regarding his past affairs. Therefore, it proves that he has no girlfriend and enjoying his luxurious life.
- He is actively available on social media like Facebook and Twitter except Instagram with a good number of followers.
- Matt has completed high school at Montverde Academy in Montverde, Florida.
- Discussing his family background, he tends to remain silent whenever there is a question related to his parents. Maybe, he wants his personal life to be private.
- Scotties was selected to play Mc Donald’s All American Game, Jordan Brand Classic, and Nike Hoop summit but all games were canceled because of COVID-19.