Spencer Paysinger born June 28, is a retired American football linebacker. He was signed by the New York Giants as an undrafted free agent in He played college football at Oregon. In his last year playing as a senior on the team, Paysinger was the captain and team leader. As a rookie Paysinger did not get much playing time. In 15 games he racked up 12 tackles. In the next three seasons with the New York Giants, he racked up tackles in 47 games.
All American Changes Where Spencer Played Football
It's the story of a young football player who works hard for his team —so hard that another coach notices and recruits him for his own team. But the move would mean going from where he grew up to a place where no one looks like him or grew up like him. Despite his skill, he's an outcast because of his background and he has to work ten times harder to prove himself. It's a story about overcoming adversity that takes a deep, hard look at privilege, racism, and the wealth gap. It takes a look at a reality that exists for many Americans.
What's Spencer Paysinger doing today?
Unlike some professional athletes, Spencer knew exactly what he wanted to do after football as he already had been pursuing his interests in screenwriting. During high school, Paysinger became one of the standout football recruits in his area thanks to his two-way play. He became the Ocean League player of the year as a senior thanks to his play on both sides. His skills as a receiver is what made him get noticed, but he's also played a defensive back for Beverly in addition to handling some kickoff return duties. The biggest transition appears to be on the horizon as James was training for a move to running back at the end of season 2.
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