Who is Jac Collinsworth?
Jac Collinsworth is a professional American sports commentator who formerly worked on ESPN’s “Sunday NFL Countdown” and “NFL Live.” He is currently working for NBC Sports.
Collinsworth is also the son of a former American football player now serving as a sports broadcaster, Anthony Cris Collinsworth, popularly known as Cris Collinsworth.
Name: Jac Collinsworth
Date of birth: 13th February 1995
Birthplace: Fort Thomas, Kentucky, United States
Age: 27 years
Education qualification: Graduated
School/University name: University of Notre Dame
Profession: Football player and actor
Father's name: Cris Collinsworth
Mother's name: Holly Collinsworth (nee Bankemper)
Siblings: Austin Collinsworth and
Katie Hughes (nee Collinsworth)
Zodiac sign: Aquarius
Relationship status: Single/Unmarried
Height: 6 feet 3 inches
Weight: 195 lbs
Eyes color: Blue
Hair color: Blonde
Shoe size: 8 US
Social media account: Facebook and Instagram
Salary $75 thousand (Rough Estimation)
Net Worth: $2 million
Is Jac Collinsworth Cris Collinsworth’s son?
Collinsworth was born on 13th February 1995. He was born and raised in Fort Thomas, Kentucky, United States. His father’s name is Cris Collinsworth, and his mother’s name is Holly Bankemper. Collinsworth grew up in a wealthy household where his father was already a famous personality and at the peak of his football career. His mother, Holly, is an attorney.
Collinsworth is the youngest among his siblings. His older brother, Austin Hollinsworth, was also a University of Notre Dame football player and team captain. His older sister, Katie Hughes (nee Collinsworth), is a marketing manager at NBC. She works in the Golf Channel division.
Collinsworth has American nationality and white ethnicity. He has white ethnicity. He has the birth sign, Aquarius.
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Collinsworth completed his education at Fort Thomas Highlands High School in his hometown and later graduated from the private Catholic University called the University of Notre Dame du Lac in Indiana. As a popular Highlands High School football player, he also became part of the school Broadcast club and opened ND Live. Collinsworth graduated from the University in 2017.
How old is Jac Collinsworth?
Collinsworth celebrated his 27th birthday in February 2022. According to the football stats of him in grade 12, he stands 6 feet 3 inches tall and weighs 195 lbs.
There is no other information about his physical body measurements like his chest- waist- and hip, respectively, but he has 8 US shoe sizes, and there is no further information about his dress size. He has naturally blonde hair and also has attractive blue eyes.
Collinsworth is active on Facebook and Twitter. He has over 14.6 thousand followers on Instagram, where he goes by @jaccollinsworth. On Twitter, Jac has over 19.7 thousand followers and goes by @JacCollinsworth. We can also find his old Facebook account, where he has over 1.1 thousand followers. Unfortunately, Jac hasn’t been active on Facebook since 2013.
Who is Jac Collinsworth’s wife?
Unfortunately, Collinsworth is single and unmarried. His name has been tagged with a beautiful girl, Nicole De Francisco. There were several pictures of them together on Instagram, which have already been deleted. Both Nicole and Collinsworth never confirmed their relationship publicly. He does not have any children wither. However, his older brother and sisters are all married and settled down.
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Jac Collinsworth initially targeted becoming a professional football player, but Collinsworth had to give up on his career due to his back injury. He then chose to move on to hosting and covering sports news. Collinsworth worked at NBC when he was in his University as a sideline reporter. He covered the news of Notre Dame football from 2013 to 2017.
In 2017, he entered ESPN covering his University’s news. Collinsworth worked a Sunday NFL Countdown as a featured reporter. He further hosted NFL Live and “The Huddle” of ACC Network. In 2020, Collinsworth left ESPN after working for 3 years.
Back to NBC
Jac Collinsworth joined NBC again in 2020 alongside his father, Cris Collinsworth. He served as a co-host for Football Night in America’s pre-game show (FNIA). He further hosted the game of Notre Dame Peacock Postgame, including NASCAR on NBC and for the Indianapolis 500. Apart from being a host, he has also worked as an announcer for the Atlantic 10 Conference and the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics as an on-site contributor.
In 2022, Collinsworth co-hosted the Super Bowl LVI show, and we will further see him in the United States Football League (USFL), where he will be the play-by-play announcer.
Collinsworth has a net worth of $2 million as of 2022, which is estimated to grow more in the coming days. In addition, he has an estimated salary of $75 thousand. Collinsworth has led a successful life with his increasing success and new projects.
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