Brett Gabbert is the younger brother of Blaine, former Missouri, and present NFL quarterback. 

His older brother currently plays for Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He also won Super Bowl LV as backup quarterback to legend Tom Brady. 

Brett is about 12 years younger than his brother. But he had carried his brother’s legacy becoming one of the best in his position. 

Brett also has another older brother named Tyler Gabbert. Moreover, Taylor followed Blaine’s footsteps and joined the University of Missouri. 

Chuck Martin, Miami head coach, stated that whatever is in Gabbert’s genes is quite amazing. 

Brett’s passion started towards the football, looking at Blaine. He also mentions that both of his brothers joining college football played a massive factor in choosing football. 

Who Are Brett Gabbert Parents?

Brett Gabbert was born to parents Chuck Gabbert and Beverly Gabbert. Brett’s family hails from Missouri and belongs to the white American ethnicity. 

In the late 70s, his father Chuck played as quarterback for Parkway West. Likewise, his uncle Keith and Scott was a tight end and quarterback for Southern Illinois. 

Scott even got a chance to play in NFL for Cleveland Browns. So, it’s no surprise where Brett’s athletic DNA comes from. 

Likewise, his mother, Beverly, was a swimmer. Brett’s father or mother never forced him to take football. But, they set one simple rule no football until fifth grade. 

Brett started football by throwing the ball in the backyard for fun with his dad. Later, fun turned into hobbies and now a profession.


Brett Gabbert Age And Wiki Explored

As of now, Brett Gabbert is 21 years old. He was born on 4 August 2000 in Saint Louis, Missouri. He spent most of his childhood there.

Brett is yet to be featured on the Wikipedia platform. But his bio is published in sports sites such as ESPN, 247 sports among few. 

Brett plays as quarterback for the University of Miami. Before Miami, he was captain of his high school football team. 

In his junior year at Miami, he started all 14 games in his freshman year. He also became the first freshman quarterback to start a season opener.

For his performance in 2019, he was honored with the MAC Freshman of the Year award. Altogether he threw for 2411 yeard and completed 11 touchdowns. 

He started two games in a sophomore season as he suffered a season-ending injury.