Patrick Mahomes II is an American football quarterback. He plays in the National Football League (NFL) for the Kansas City Chiefs. In 2017 he entered the first round of the NFL Draft, where he was the tenth pick by the Kansas City Chiefs. In NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS), Mahomes played for Texas Tech University where he secured 5,052 passing yards and a total of 53 touchdowns. He is the sole quarterback in history to throw for over 5,000 yards during a season in both college and also the NFL.
Mahomes has won the All Pro MVP award and is only the fourth African-American quarterback to do so. During the 2019-20 playoffs, Mahomes led the Chiefs to Super Bowl LIV where they defeated the San Francisco 49ers for their first Super Bowl victory since 1970. Mahomes was awarded the Super Bowl Most Valuable Player for his performance, making him only the second African-American quarterback to win this feat. Mahomes was also named Time Magazine's 100 most influential people of 2020.
Who are Patrick Mahomes' Parents?
Patrick Mahomes is undoubtedly one of the biggest stars of the NFL over the past couple of years, and has athletic genes as he grew up playing professional sports thanks to his dad. Patrick Mahomes’ parents are Pat Mahomes Sr. and Randi Martin. Mahomes was born on September 17, 1995 to Patrick and Randi in Tyler, Texas. Pat Mahomes Sr is a former MLB pitcher. Mahomes believes that training pitching and playing basketball from a young age has improved his quarterback throwing skills.
Patrick Mahomes's Father - Patrick Mahomes Sr
Pat Mahomes Sr. was born on August 9, 1970. He was a Major League Baseball pitcher. He was a three sport athlete in high school where he played football, basketball as well as baseball at Lindale High School in Texas. Mahomes Sr did not begin pitching until his senior year of high school, following an injury. He declined both football and basketball scholarship offers from Division I programs to play baseball at the University of Arkansas. In the 1988 MLB Draft, he was drafted by the Minnesota Twins in the sixth round and chose to go pro right after high school. In 1992, he made his Major League debut with the Twins. He performed really well as he played 5 years for them before being traded to the Boston Red Sox. With the Red Sox, he spent two seasons and was released from his contract. He played with the New York Mets, Texas Rangers, Chicago Cubs, and Pittsburgh Pirates until 2003.
After playing in the big leagues, Mahomes Sr. was with the Triple-A Nashville Sounds and took part in a few gigs with the minors and independent baseball in 2003. And he went on like this for the next seven year and retired following the 2009 season. A report says that Patrick Sr was concerned about the brutality that takes place in the game of football and to avoid it taking a toll on his son he wanted him to play baseball initially. The quarterback did follow in his father’s footsteps and played baseball as well. During his senior year at Whitehouse High School, Patrick Mahomes threw a no-hitter and was included in the 2014 Major League Baseball draft as one of the top prospects. He got selected only in the 37th round by the Detroit Tigers. However, due to his keen interest in football and his commitment to Texas Tech, he did not sign with the Tigers and went on to pursue an extraordinary football career.
Patrick Mahomes's Mother - Randi Martin
Patrick Mahomes’ mother Randi Martin was born in Tyler, Texas, on January 18, 1976. Her parents are Randy Martin and Debbie Bates Martin. Her father, Randy being a school principal prioritized his kids’ education before anything. She exhibited good academic performance when she graduated from Texas High School. She married Patrick Sr. in the late 90’s and gave birth to Patrick Mahomes Jr on September 17, 1995. With their quarterback son’s superstardom, both Randi and Patrick remain extremely close. Randi is often seen to quote in interviews how her son Patrick is a blessing and that they are a close knit family along with Mahomes’ two other siblings, Jackson and Mia, and their unconditional love for each other.
Randi is a homemaker, dedicated to staying deeply involved in the lives of all three of her children and is very protective of her children. It has been noticed in the media that she hates it when people make fun of Patrick’s voice. Both Randi and Pat Sr, may have influenced their son’s athletic career. She was very high on the academic side of things for her son and Patrick being a student athlete, she always made sure to remind him that “student” came before “athlete”. In a previous interview, Randi gushed about how her son is truly living the dream, and that although it is a little overwhelming, she takes it one day at a time and tries to enjoy it. When it was time for Patrick to make a decision on whether to go for the MLB draft or to take a college football scholarship, Randi showed her utmost support all throughout and helped him make the fitting decision. She helped him through the process by reminding him of the great opportunity a college education posed for him.
What nationality are Patrick Mahomes' parents?
Patrick Mahomes' parents’ are Americans. His father is of African descent and his mother is Caucasian. In an interview Mahomes mentioned what it is like to be a minority quarterback. He said being a black quarterback shows that it doesn’t matter where one comes from.
How old are Patrick Mahomes' parents?
Mahomes’ father is 50 years old while his mother is 44 years old. Patrick Mahomes’ father was born on August 9, 1970, and his mother was born on January 18, 1976.
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Patrick Mahomes Parents' Family
Pat Mahomes Sr. and Randi Martin were both born in Tyler, Texas. Randi Martin has 3 siblings - two older sisters named Jill Herrington and Lori Deal, and an older brother named Joey Martin. She gave birth to Patrick Mahomes on September 17, 1995 after tying the knot with Patrick Sr in the late 90’s.
Are Patrick Mahomes' parents divorced?
Yes, Pat and Randi divorced when Mahomes was just six years old. They splitted on amicable terms, and still consider each other their best friends to this day. To support their son, both parents regularly watch Mahomes’ games and attend NFL events together.