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Mark Sanchez Net Worth:
|Birth date:||November 11, 1986|
|Birth place:||Long Beach, California, United States|
|Height:||6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)|
|Weight:||225 lbs (102 kg)|
|Profession:||American football player, NFL player for Dallas Cowboys|
|Education:||Santa Margarita High School, Mission Viejo High School (CA), University of Southern California|
|Parents:||Olga Sanchez, Nick Sanchez Sr.|
|Siblings:||Brandon Sanchez, Nick Sanchez Jr.|
|Awards:||Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Week (2009), Sporting News' All Rookie Team (2009), Rose Bowl Champion, Rose Bowl Offensive Most Valuable Player (2008), First Team All-Pac-10 (2008), Super Prep All-American Player of the Year, Parade All-American Player of the Year (2004)|
|Nominations:||NFL Draft: 2009/Round: 1/Pick: 5|
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Mark Sanchez has an estimatednet worth of $20 million dollars. Mark Travis John Sanchez was produced on November 11, 1986 in Long Beach, California. Sanchez was one of three kids born to Nick and Olga Sanchez. Sanchez acquired an interest in football in middle school and finally attended Mission Viejo High School, a school renowned for developing quarterbacks. Sanchez had a 27-1 record together with the team, won a state tournament and was considered the very best college quarterback prospect in the nation in 2004.
Mark Sanchez Net Worth $20 Million
Sanchez chose to attend the University of Southern California and redshirted his first year as he waited his chance behind starter Matt Leinart and back-up Josh Booty. Four saw limited action as a sophomore and junior as he was behind Booty in the depth chart. Sanchez could have played another year of college, but determined to enter the 2009 NFL Draft.
Sanchez enjoyed instant success with all the Jets leading them to the playoff and the AFC Championship match. Although his start are not remarkable , his team direction and clutch performances were crucial for the team as it ended with a 9-7 record. Although he’d have his best statistical year in his third season, the team failed to make the playoffs and Sanchez would increasingly come under fire, particularly after his next season where he underperformed. Four was injured in the final match of preseason in 2013 and ruled out for the whole year. Sanchez’s Hispanic tradition, good looks and high profile have made him a natural fit for sanctions.