Lawrence Tomas Guy is an American football defensive player that has played for some of the top teams in the NFL, including the Green Bay Packers, Baltimore Ravens, and New England Patriots. He has set records wherever he went and has proven time and time again he is a great NFL defensive player.
So what is Lawrence Guy net worth in 2018? What are Lawrence Guy’s salary/earnings? Read on…
Lawrence Guy made his first big impression when he played football at Western high school in Las Vegas, Nevada. His impressive high school career includes 238 tackles, including 171 solo tackles, 30.5 sacks, and 3 fumble recoveries. His greatest year was his senior year when he achieved 102 tackles, including 69 solo tackles, 15.5 quarterback sacks, and one fumble recovery.
These stats made Lawrence Guy a target for recruiters. A popular football ranking site rivals.com recognized this talent by considering him a four-stars worth recruit and listed him at the number 13 defensive tackle in the nation. Surely, this helped receive numerous offers from Arizona, Michigan, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Oregon, and Tennessee. Lawrence ended up deciding on the Arizona State University (ASU) Sun Devils.
Lawrence Guy’s freshman year brought him plenty of attention when he started the Sun Devils last 8 games of the season, playing 12 total. His stats for his freshman year include 44 tackles, including 17 solo tackles, 10 tackles for loss, 2 sacks, and lastly, he returned a touchdown from a recovered fumble. His 44 tackles set the record for the second-highest defensive tackles during the season.
Because of Lawrence Guy’s impressive work during his freshman year at ASU, he earned the All-Freshman honors, named FWAA’s Freshman All-American team, The Sporting News’ All-Freshman team, and lastly, College Football News’ All-Freshman first team. A great start to his career, but not very surprising when you consider the success that has yet to come.
Lawrence Guy’s impressive high school and college career put him on an excellent path towards the NFL. He had exceptional records and stats, even as a freshman, to prove he could perform under pressure and be excellent as a defensive player. This helped land him a draft in the seventh round, or 233rd overall, by the NFL Draft in 2011.
Lawrence Guy was ultimately sent to the Green Bay Packers but spent the entire season as an injured reserve. He continued with Packers during their 2012 practice squad but was cut before the 2012 season.
From the Packers, Lawrence Guy went to play for the Indianapolis Colts season. During the 2012 season, he played 9 games, resulting in 21 tackles, including 15 solo tackles, and 1 sack.
Following the Indianapolis Colts, Lawrence Guy was supposed to go play for the San Diego Chargers but was waived off at the beginning of October.
Lawrence Guy was then set to go to the Baltimore Ravens but at the end of September, he was claimed off waivers by the team. This was due to him spending the first few weeks of the regular season with the San Diego Chargers. In was not until October 11, 2015, that Lawrence was able to make 2 sacks against the Cleveland Browns quarterback, Josh McCown.
Today Lawrence Guy plays for the New England Patriots after signing a 4-year contract in March of 2017 for $20 million. The New England Patriots played in the Super Bowl in February of 2018.
Lawrence Guy has proven to be one of the most talented defensive players in the NFL. He set records in high school, gaining him the attention of some big colleges. Then was able to handle the presser as a freshman, winning many awards his first year. His excellent playing abilities have shown, being recruited by some of the biggest names in the NFL.
In all, we estimate Lawrence Guy net worth in 2018 to exceed $10 million.