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American football kicker

Born: July 14, 1995 (age 25 years), Decatur, Georgia, United States

Spouse: Isabelle Butker (m. 2018)

NFL Draft: 2017 / Round: 7 / Pick: 233

College: Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets football

Height: 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)

Parents: Elizabeth Butker, Harrison Butker


Height: 6-4

Age: 25

Weight: 205 lbs

College: Georgia Tech

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Harrison Butker 10 Fast Facts, Biography, Wiki

Butker is married to Isabelle Butker and the couple have two children.

He is a Roman Catholic and sometimes serves the Traditional Latin Mass at his local parish.

Butker went to The Westminster Schools, where he played on the football team after picking up the sport as a rising sophomore.

He broke the school record (at the time) for a field goal of 53 yards.

He was a three-sport athlete in basketball, football, and soccer, winning three state championships in soccer, and, for all four years, the first-chair tuba player for the school’s (upperclassman) symphonic band.

Fifth-year kicker enters his fifth season with the Chiefs in 2021.

His 549 points are the third-most all-time points in franchise history.

He is only the fifth player in franchise history with 500 or more career points.

Passed the 100-point plateau for the fourth-consecutive season, finishing the 2020 season with 123 points.

Butker’s four seasons with 100 or more points are tied for the third-most in franchise history with K Ryan Succop.

In his NFL debut vs. Washington on October 2, 2017 Butker converted 26-, 32- and 43-yard field goals.

His 43-yard field goal gave the Chiefs a 23-20 lead with four seconds left on the clock, sealing the game.

Originally entered the NFL as a seventh-round pick (233rd overall) by the Carolina Panthers in the 2017 NFL Draft.

With 38 made field goals during the 2017 season Butker holds the franchise record for most field goals made in a single season.

Ranks second in franchise history for most field goals made of 50+ yards in a Chiefs kicker’s career with 13.

Butker tallied 426 career points in his first three NFL seasons, the most by any player in NFL history in their first three seasons.

During his rookie season he recorded 142 points for the 2017 season, ranking first in franchise history, at the time, for most points by a kicker in a single season, passing Nick Lowery’s previous mark of 139 set in 1990.

Butker converted a field goal in 13 consecutive games in 2017, giving him the second-longest individual streak in a single-season in franchise history behind Pro Football Hall of Fame kicker Jan Stenerud with 14.

In the game vs. the Buffalo Bills (11/26/17), Butker converted a 45-yard field goal, giving him 23 consecutive made field goals, which ranks first for the most consecutive field goals made in franchise history.

In the game vs. Minnesota (11/3/19), Butker converted 54- and 44-yards field goals in the final three minutes of the game allowing the Chiefs to tie and then win the game.

The last kicker in NFL History to kick a game tying FG of 50+ yards and a FG of 40+ yards to put his team ahead for good with both coming in the final three minutes of the fourth quarter was Buccaneers K Martin Gramatica on Oct. 27, 2002.

During the 2019 season, Butker reached 147 points setting a new record for the most points by a kicker in a single season, trailing only Priest Holmes’ 162 points in 2003.

In the game vs. the L.A. Chargers (9/20/20) converted two career-long 58-yard field goals (one in the third quarter and one in overtime) to tie K Nick Lowery for the longest-made field goal in Chiefs history.

During this game Butker also notched his 16th-consecutive game with a made field goal setting the franchise record for most consecutive games with a made field goal, passing K Lawrence Tynes who scored a field goal in 15-consecutive games from Week 15 of 2004 to Week 13 of 2005.