Brandon Mason Net Worth: $5 Million
|Net Worth||$5 Million|
|Born||July 18, 1986|
|Country of Origin||USA|
Brandon Scott Mason (born July 18, 1986) is an American television personality, journalist, and former American football player. He played his college football career at the University of Pittsburgh and Stony Brook University. Due to a knee injury he ended his football career with workouts for the New York Giants and Miami Dolphins. Following his football career, Mason continued his talents in the media as a Sports Analyst and Entertainment. He was also seen on the Howard Stern Show speaking about the importance of health and fitness.
Mason was born in Easton, Pa but raised in Phillipsburg, NJ. As the only child, he is the son of Laura Flowers and Richard Mason. When Mason was just 5, his parents signed him up for the local football team “Firthtown Falcons” where he found his first love for sports which carried a strong tradition in his family. His love for the game and his personality helped him grow into the next chapters of life. The coaches and local sports fans saw Mason as a young talent in the making.
High School Career
Throughout his journey in sports, he attained several accolades and awards including the Gatorade Player of the Year, MVP of the Governor’s Bowl featuring New York vs New Jersey, High School Heisman, The Express Times Player of the Year and All-State Titles. His highlights earned him numerous scholarships as he signed his letter of intent and scholarship with Division 1a football program – University of Pittsburgh.
College Football Career
Mason started his college football career playing for the University of Pittsburgh where he played under coach Walt Harris. Mason started kick-returning as a true freshman and shared time at the running back position as the Pittsburgh Panthers played in the Fiesta Bowl. The Pittsburgh Panthers had a coaching change the following season and Mason decided to transfer to Stony Brook University where he continued to play college football. He started running for the Seawolves and led the team in touchdowns as a Junior. His senior season he suffered a season ending knee injury. Mason declared for the NFL Draft and he signed with one of the world’s top sports agencies, Maximum Sports. He continued his rehab and NFL combine preparation in Buffalo at Proformance Sports Training.
Mason had personal workouts with the New York Giants and The Miami Dolphins following group workouts with the Green Bay Packers and San Francisco 49ers at Test Sports in New Jersey. Due to a knee injury, Mason geared his focus toward the next part of his life.
Brandon Mason is now expanding rapidly with his opportunity as an American TV Personality which connected the dots from sports to the media. His “on the field” experience has helped him generate the social media buzz while providing him the confidence in front of the camera. His newfound show “The Brandon Mason Show” where Mason is the Host has hit the internet with full production and support from former athletes, influencers and celebrities. Mason has built his net worth with an estimated of over $5 million with all efforts from Sports, International Business and as an American TV Personality.
What does he spend his money on? Brandon Mason has lived the majority of his adult career in New York and Miami but has purchased property in several states and has just landed his new home located in Miami Florida which is estimated at over $2.5 million. He has been seen driving in Luxury SUV’s and also a few sports cars on Miami Beach. Spending most of his money on Real Estate and Corporations, Mason has experienced a strong growth in 2022.
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Facebook – https://www.Facebook.com/BrandonMasonShow
Instagram – https://www.Instagram.com/BrandonMasonShow
Youtube – https://youtube.com/c/BrandonMasonShow
Twitter – www.twitter.com/BrandonMasonSho
Website – https://www.BrandonMasonShow.com
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