FootballTorry Holt Net Worth 2022- Pro Football Hall of Famer

Torry Holt Net Worth 2022- Pro Football Hall of Famer

As of 2022, Torry Holt net worth is $16.7 Million.

The famous American footballer, well known to all with his nickname “Big Game,” is Torry Holt. This man spent 11 years in the field of the NFL as a “wide receiver.” During his career in the NFL, he got the honor of being in the Pro Bowl seven times and had the 10th most receiving yards. He set a record for six consecutive seasons with 1,300 yards. This man is remembered as one of the members of the “Greatest Show on Turf.” Let’s learn about this successful man. Let’s know about this success.

Quick Facts:

Net worth: $16.7 Million

Jersey’s numbers: 81 and 88

Position: Wide receiver

Age: 46

Height: 6 feet

Weight: 200 lbs

Early life 

Torry Holt was born on June 5, 1976, in Gibsonville, North Carolina. The full name of this man is Torry Jabar Holt. His brother, Terrence Holt, is also an NFL football player. He went to Eastern Guilford High School in Gibsonville, North Carolina, for his school life.Torry Holt Career Earnings

He studied at North Carolina State University (NC State) in Raleigh, North Carolina. Torry was a member of the NC State Wolfpack football team while attending this college.

Torry Holt married Carla Holt. They have a son, Brayden Holt. 

Professional Football Career

In the NFL Draft of 1999, the St. Louis Rams took him 6th overall in the 1st round. He was a player for this team from 1999 to 2008. In his final season, he played for the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2009 and the New England Patriots in 2010.

In the arena of the NFL, he appeared in 173 games. The NFL career statistics of this man are as follows: Receptions: 920, Receiving yards: 13382, Receiving touchdowns: 74, AV 123, Y/R 14.5, FantPt 1775.9

Achievements 

  • Super Bowl champion (XXXIV)
  • First-team All-Pro (2003)
  • Second-team All-Pro (2006)
  • 7× Pro Bowl (2000, 2001, 2003–2007)
  • 2× NFL receiving yards leader (2000, 2003)
  • NFL receptions leader (2003)
  • NFL 2000s All-Decade Team
  • PFWA All-Rookie Team (1999)
  • Consensus All-American (1998)
  • ACC Player of the Year (1998)
  • ACC Offensive Player of the Year (1998)
  • NC State Wolfpack Jersey No. 81 retired
  • College Football Hall of Fame

Torry Holt: Rules for Success

  • Torry Holt Total WorthRespect to the veterans

“Going back to my rookie year, the rookies had to put on the talent show during training camp. I remember someone did a skit on the veterans – Kevin Carter, Coach Vermeil. I think those were some of the funnier moments in my career. Of course, the rookies were laughing, but all the veterans were laughing, too; that’s how I knew. We knew we had the respect of the veterans, and we knew we would get some breaks during camp because we were able to make them laugh.”- Torry Holt

  • Understanding own assignment

“I was at the rookie premiere, and Jackie Slater reminded me to make sure that I knew and understood my assignment and my position like the back of my hand and to always put emphasis on learning my craft. That stuck with me.

When I was drafted, coach Mike Martz, who was a tremendous influence on my career, said, “you’re gonna be the X.” As soon as I knew I would be the X, I made sure I knew what the X position’s assignments were all the time to the point where I mastered my craft because Jackie Slater mentioned it to me early on.” – Torry Holt

  • Pursue your dreams

“One of the most challenging moments was during my sophomore year when I lost my mother to cancer. She was a huge part of my family’s lives. It was difficult. I questioned if I wanted to continue to play. I remember a message she shared with us “a mother will not always be around, but I want you to pursue your dreams.” It kind of springboarded me to bounce back and make her proud.”- Torry Holt

  • Skills to keep feet in bounds to make the touchdown

“I was a part of the play, but I didn’t make it: The catch that Ricky Proehl made vs. the Bucs in the NFC Championship that put us into the Super Bowl. Ricky is matched up vs. one of their better corners. The play was called, and they brought pressure, which forced Kurt (Warner) to go in his direction. He had the same amount of confidence in Ricky as he had in me, Isaac (Bruce), and Marshall (Faulk). It was one of the harder catches to make, and he was able to maintain his strength and balance. He had the knowledge and the sense to keep his feet in bounds to make the touchdown.”- Torry Holt

“It reminded me of the moments in practice. You have no idea when those moments are going to come into practice. When it was his turn, he came up on the highest level, and we were able to go to the Super Bowl because of it.”- Torry Holt

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