Stetson Bennett’s Net Worth: How Much Has ‘The Mailman’ Earned Thus Far?
Suyash Deep Sinha
|Published January 10, 2023
Georgia football won its second national championship in a row on Monday, thanks to a monster performance from senior quarterback Stetson Bennett. Football fans are curious about Bennett’s personal life as he has accomplish something truly remarkable.
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Stetson Bennett, the starting quarterback for the Georgia Bulldogs, is 25 years old. Before transferring to Jones County Junior College, he was a walk-on at Georgia, where he earned the nickname “The Mailman.” Bennett returned to Georgia and won back-to-back national titles in 2022 and 2023.
Stetson’s grandfather Buddy Bennett, was a quarterback for the University of South Carolina Gamecocks (1958-1960). Later, Buddy also went on to become a coach. Stetson, who has already accomplished a lot in his brief college football career, frequently attributes his success to his parents.
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Stetson Bennett’s Net Worth
Stetson Bennett’s estimated net worth as of 2023 is $3 million. He used his career to build a multimillion dollar empire.
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Bennett spent his freshman year at Georgia as a walk-on. The entire season, he didn’t make a single pass. Bennett made the decision to transfer to Jones County Junior College after Georgia accepted the commitment of five-star high school quarterback Justin Fields in 2018.
In 2018 Bennett participated in 12 games following his transfer and threw for 1,840 yards and 16 touchdowns. He made a second entry into the transfer portal following his sole season at Jones County.
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Bennett lost the SEC Championship Game against the Alabama Crimson Tide 41–24 on December 4, 2021, despite throwing three touchdown passes and two interceptions. He received criticism for the defeat, which led many people to think that JT Daniels ought to start the Orange Bowl game against Michigan.
Stetson Bennett has racked up a sensational 3,823 passing yards, 23 touchdowns, and seven interceptions in 2022 while throwing just seven interceptions overall. He has scored eight more touchdowns while running. This season, the quarterback has taken Georgia to an incredible 14 victories without a loss. He defeated the Ohio State Buckeyes in the Peach Bowl last week with an additional impressive 398 passing yards and a total of four touchdowns.
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