|Real Name||Aaron James Hawk|
|Famous As||A.J. Hawk|
|Age||37 years old|
|Date of Birth||January 6, 1984|
|Place of Birth||Kettering, Ohio|
|Height||6 feet 1 inch|
|Net Worth||$5 million|
|Profession||NFL Player, Football player|
|Kids||Yes (Lennon Noel and Hendrix Knight)|
A.J. Hawks; who’s real name is Aaron James Hawk, is an American football player that plays the linebacker position. Aaron Hawks was born the 6th of January 1984 located in Kettering, Ohio. Aaron has played 11 seasons with the National Football League (NFL) and was picked in the fifth round with the Green Bay Packers back in the NFL Draft of 2006.
Aaron Hawk Early Life & Biography
Aaron Hawk was born in Kettering, Ohio, and was raised in Centerville in and both Dayton suburbs.
Aaron attended Centerville High School and was the Cincinnati Bengal’s former kicker, Mike Nugent’s teammate for the soccer team.
While the first freshman to attend Centerville High School, Aaron Hawk was the founder of the Varsity Football Team and holds several records in the field of defense and is among three current NFL players who played for the team of high school football, Centerville Elks.
Aaron Hawks’ records comprise of the most tackles in 31 games across three different occasions. He also has the highest number of tackles in his career (583). Aaron Hawk became a two-time All-State teammate during his high school years (1999 in 2000 and 1999).
Aaron Hawk Personal Life
Aaron Hawks is a family man, and has a wife named Laura Quinn, who is the sister of the Brady Quinn, a former NFL quarterback Aaron Hawk’s last game for the Buckeyes was in the 2006 Fiesta Bowl versus Notre Dame during the time that Brady Quinn was a player. At the time, Laura had a customized jersey that was half Notre Dame, and half Ohio State, joining Brady’s number 10, and number 47 for Aaron Hawk, making it 17.
Aaron Hawk sacked his brother-in-law twice in the game. He also was named co-Most Valuable Player of the bowl, which began with the Ohio State winning.
Laura gave to their first born on November 4, 2010 They had their second child called Hendrix Knight back in January 2013.
Aaron hosts the podcast The Hawk Cast.
Aaron Hawk recently began a daily YouTube show along with Pat McAfee. The show is called “McAfee and Hawk, which is a Sports Talk Show.
Aaron Hawk Age, Height, and Weight
Born on the 6th of January 1984. A.J. Hawks is 38 years of age. He is 6 feet one inch tall as well as his weight of 112 pounds.
Aaron Hawk Career
Aaron Hawk made his career debut during his time in Ohio State University. He was a player for the Ohio State Buckeyes football of Coach Jim Tressel.
Aaron was a member of this team between 2002 until 2005, and was the team’s leader to the BCS National Championship of 2002 at the time that Aaron was still an undergraduate.
In the course of his Buckeye four-year career, Aaron played in 51 games, of which he was the starting quarterback in 38 of the games. Aaron recorded 394 tackles and 196 of the tackles were solo, including 15 , and one-half sacks. 41 of which were interceptions, seven losses as well as recovering 13 lost fumbles.
Aaron Hawk had two fumble recoveries , as well as three mandatory touchdowns, as well as two fumbles.
One score was due to a blocked punt while the other was from an interception. His efforts earned him first-team All-Big Ten honors in the three years he played and also the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, Most Valuable Player.
In his final season of 2005, Aaron Hawk won the Lombardi Award as the college best linebacker in football and received recognition as a first-team unanimous All American.
In the lead-up to the Ohio State Buckeyes 2005 season, Hawk, together with other linebackers in the starting lineup, Bobby Carpenter, Nick Mangold as well as Anthony Schlegel, kept their hair in honour of Pat Tillman.
Aaron Hawk and the rest of his team chose to wear the length of their locks after they read about him in the Winners Manual by Jim Tressel in 2004. The manual was given out to players in the fall.
In the year 2006, Aaron Hawk joined the Green Bay Packers in the first round of the NFL Draft. He was the fifth choice in this draft, and signed a 6-year contract for the Packers on July 28, 2006.
Aaron Hawk recorded his first NFL sack NFL on the 24th of September 2006, following his sack of Quarterback John Kitna of Detroit Lions in the fourth quarter.
Aaron Hawk Awards & Achievements
Aaron Hawk received the Lombardi Awards in his final season in 2005.
Aaron Hawk Net Worth & Salary
As of January 2022, A.J. Hawk is estimated to have a net worth of over $5 million. His vehicles, income per month as well as other assets are being reported, but the amount he earns annually is under review. Aaron makes the majority of his earnings through his lucrative career and also from public appearances.
Aaron Hawk is hardworking career player whose dedication and commitment has seen his rise from high school football player to become an elite American football player