|Birth Day:||September 28, 2000|
|Birth Place:||Phoenix, United States|
Rose to fame as the quarterback for the University of Oklahoma Sooners football team. Spencer Rattler previously starred in the 2017 documentary series QB1: Beyond the Lights.
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Spencer Rattler played high school football for Pinnacle High School in Arizona, where he was a highly touted recruit. Spencer Rattler received 14 Division I offers before choosing to play for the Oklahoma Sooners.
Going into his redshirt freshman season Rattler competed with Tanner Mordecai for the starting job. On September 26, Rattler tied the Oklahoma record for most touchdown passes through two weeks with 8, set by Sam Bradford in 2008. However, Rattler's starting job got off to a rocky start when he and his Sooners got upset by Kansas State in his second start. In his third start, Rattler threw for 300 yards and 2 touchdowns in the upset loss at Iowa State. This loss snapped a streak of 24 straight home losses by Iowa State to Oklahoma. On November 7, Rattler injured his hip in a win against Kansas.
By the end of his sophomore year in High School, the 5-star prospect received 14 offers from NCAA D-I schools including Alabama, Notre Dame, and Miami. On June 19, 2017, he visited Oklahoma on an unofficial visit, and committed to Oklahoma a week later. On December 19, 2018, he signed his letter of intent to play for Coach Lincoln Riley and the Sooners.
On June 12, 2019, Rattler enrolled at Oklahoma. He saw action in the second half of the College Football Playoff Semi-Final Game against LSU.
Currently, Spencer Rattler is 22 years, 5 months and 23 days old. Spencer Rattler will celebrate 23rd birthday on a Thursday 28th of September 2023.
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