American football player Riley Leonard quarterbacks the Duke Blue Fiends at Duke University.
Leonard, who was born on September 13, 2002, in Mobile, Alabama, played football in high school at Fairhope Secondary School before going on to Duke University.
He had 1,900 throwing yards, 25 touchdowns, and 500 rushing yards as a senior in high school.
Leonard participated in seven games as a freshman recruit for Duke, starting one and completing 37 of 62 passes for 381 yards with a score and an interception.
Leonard received the Most Valuable Player (MVP) honour at the Military Bowl in 2022.
His current stats indicate a record of 3,348 yards through the air, 872 yards through the ground, a 5.1 yard per carry average, 21 passing touchdowns, and 15 rushing touchdowns.
High school career
At Fairhope High School in Fairhope, Alabama, was Leonard. He had 500 rushing yards, 1,900 passing yards, and 25 touchdowns as a senior. He agreed to play college football for Duke University.
From schools like Nebraska, Syracuse, and Tulane, Leonard had offers to play collegiate football.
In addition to playing basketball in high school, St. Mary’s, North Alabama, Samford, and Missouri State offered Leonard basketball scholarships to play in college.
What happened to Riley Leonard?
Riley Leonard suffered an ankle injury while being stripped by Howard Cross III. On Duke’s final offensive play, When Leonard fell to the ground, Cross rushed in from behind, placing a large portion of his weight on his lower legs.
Leonard remained down on the field in excruciating pain as Notre Dame celebrated recovering the game-winning turnover.
As teammates assisted Leonard off the field, he could only put a very small amount of weight on his hurt leg. A short while later, Leonard came from the medical tent using crutches.
Sam Hartman, the Notre Dame quarterback, displayed outstanding sportsmanship by waiting for Leonard outside the tent to see how his opponent was doing.
It’s still unclear if Leonard’s injury will keep him out for a while. Leonard’s injury is “not season-ending,” according to ESPN’s Pete Thamel on Sunday afternoon, but the Blue Devils still don’t know when he’ll be back.
In 2021, Leonard was a true freshman at Duke and participated in seven games, starting one.
His passing performance for the year was 37 of 62 for 381 yards, one touchdown, and one interception. Beginning with his second campaign in 2022, Leonard was selected as the starting quarterback.
Relationship with his girlfriend
Riley Leonard and Molly Walding are currently dating. Since their time in high school, the two had been dating. Their relationship is anticipated to begin in 2018 or 2019.
She attended Fairhope High School as a student and has done so in the past. It was there that the pair initially ran into one another.
She participated in school cheerleading while Leonard played basketball and football. Other than this, none of them has been linked to a past relationship in the media.
Their relationship is getting stronger and stronger because of their love and affection for one another. Our staff send them best wishes for the future. They are without biological children.