The Super Bowl is one of the biggest events in American football, and every year it seems to get bigger and bigger. In recent years, the event has become increasingly popular with young people, thanks in part to the growing number of young stars taking part in the game.
This year’s Super Bowl will feature a number of young stars, including quarterbacks Patrick Mahomes and Jared Goff, who are both just 24 years old. These young stars have beat all Super Bowl odds, inspiring millions of Super Bowl fans worldwide. This is the first time in NFL history that two starting quarterbacks in their twenties have faced off against each other in the Super Bowl. These young stars have beat all Super Bowl odds, inspiring millions of Super Bowl fans worldwide.
The impact of these young stars on the game cannot be understated. They bring with them infectious freshness and excitement, which has helped to make the Super Bowl one of the most watched sporting events in the world.
With so much at stake, this year’s Super Bowl will surely be unforgettable. Whether you’re a die-hard football fan or just tuning in for the ads, there’s no doubt this year’s game will be one to remember.
Brian Burns, Panthers DE, age 24
Brian Burns plays as a defensive end for the Carolina Panthers in the popular NFL. In the first round of the 2019 NFL draft, he earned his first draft, thanks to the Panthers. Since then, he has earned a place in the Pro Bowl, with a previous record of nine sacks and fifty total tackles.
The American footballer has a bright career ahead of him. During his junior and senior seasons, he clocked 135 tackles and 28 sacks, helping his team win titles in the process. Although his current team is undergoing a rebuild, Brian’s career is on the rise. As long he keeps on improving his game, he will be fine.
Kyle Pits, Falcons TE, age 21
Kyle Pitts plays as a tight end for the Atlanta Falcons. He has a spot in the unanimous All-American. In 2020, Pitts clinched the John Mackey Award. In the 2021 NFL Draft, he picked fourth overall position, earning a spot in NFL history as the highest drafted tight end.
In the previous season, the American became the second rookie tight end in history to exceed a thousand yards in a single season. Only he and Mike Ditka in 1961 have achieved this feat. This shows how destined and talented Kyle Pitts is.
Just 21 and having a long career ahead of him, Kyle Pitts is destined for greatness.
Devin White, Baccaneers LB, age 24
Devin White plays as a linebacker for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the NFL (National Football League). He played college football at Louisiana State University (LSU). In the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft, he earned his first draft from the Buccaneers.
In his rookie season, White recorded 121 tackles, including five for a loss, two sacks, four pass deflections, one forced fumble, and one fumble recovery. He earned a spot on the NFL All-Rookie Team. White was also named the NFL Defensive Rookie of the Month for November 2019.
In 2020, White continued to be a key part of the Buccaneers’ defense, recording 133 tackles, six for a loss, three sacks, one forced fumble, and recovery. He was named a first-team All-Pro for the 2020 season.
He is one hot talent in the NFL to watch out for.
Chase Young, Commanders DE, age 23
Chase Young plays as a defensive end for the Washington Commanders. During his junior season, the American smashed some records. He holds his school’s single sack record with 16.5 and earned a spot in the unanimous All-American. He received many defensive player of the year awards to announce his performance further. His career CV contains a Big Ten Male Athlete of the Year award. He finished second in the prestigious Heisman Trophy.
He lit up the league as a rookie before spending time in the treatment room because of a torn ACL. His absence affected the performance of his team. Some pundits believe that Commander’s defense was in shackles before the injury.
Still 23 and young, one can expect more action from Young once he is back on the field.
Patrick Surtain II, Broncos CB, age 22
The son of the former NFL player is a cornerback that has taken the NFL by storm. Plying his trade at Denver Broncos, Patrick Surtain had a fair share of setbacks in his young career through injuries. In the 2021 NFL Draft, the American youngster earned his first draft by Denver Broncos.
Patrick Surtain II started gaining the limelight from his call-up in the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft. In week 12, the American footballer clinched the AFC Defensive Player of the week, thanks to his five tackles, two interceptions, and overall performance. His outstanding performance earned him a four-year rookie contract worth $20.9 million with Denver.
Patrick Surtain has the potential to perform magic on the pitch. Still young and has a long way to go.
Jevon Holland, Dolphins S, age 22
Jevon Holland plays in a free safety position for the Miami Dolphins. Despite having a slow career, the Canadian has impressive statistics. He has a record of 2.5 sacks, two interceptions, ten passes defended, and 69 tackles. His versatility makes him a good prospect.
Despite being ranked as the number three Canadian prospect, Jevon was not picked for the 2021 CFL Draft. Nevertheless, his inspiring rookie performance earned him a four-year contract.
The Canadian is a rising star that will impact his team and the game.
These young stars are significantly impacting the game. They broke records and are earning spots in history at their young age. They have shown great teamwork and sportsmanship. They are exciting to watch and will improve their team’s chances of winning the Super Bowl.
With the proper guidance, they are sure to be a force to be reckoned with in the future.