Chosen Sebastian Newton
It is said that "Children are hands by which we take hold of heaven." In the similar context, Chosen Sebastian Newton brought a great joy to the Newton family. Sebastian Newton was born on December 24, 2015, to father Cam Newton and mother Kia Proctor. His birth, however, was only announced on December 30, 2015, by his father on Twitter.
The eldest of four siblings has one sister and two brothers. Their names are Sovereign-Dior Cambella Newton, born in February 2017, Camidas Swain Newton, born in July 2018, and the youngest one born in December 2019. He, along with siblings, are brought up by African-American parents like Zaviera Maxwell.
The 4-year-old celebrity child is still under his parent's supervision, so there's not much details disclosed about Chosen. Being born to the wealthy and famed family, undoubtedly, he has great grip in coming times. So, let's take a quick assessment to his father life.
Who is Sebastian's father, Cam Newton?
Cameron Jerrell Newton, born on May 11, 1989, is a professional American Football Player who plays for Carolina Panthers. He was the first pick in the first draft by the Panthers in 2011 NFL Draft and has been with the Panthers ever-since.
The 30 years old is also the only player in recent history to be awarded the Heisman Trophy, win a national championship, and be the first overall draft within a year. The footballer also won the Rookie of the Year in 2011 and was NFL MVP in 2015. Like Jeffrey Michael Jordan, Sebastian is also the son of a famous athlete, as evident from Cam's achievements.
Chosen's Parents Romantic Union
Born in fortune and fame, Chosen Sabastian has a large number of a family where most of them are famous athletes. His father and mother, Cam Newton and Kia Proctor, have a long time love bounding, and the couple has a beautiful life together.
Back to 2013 at Kentucky Derby when the couple first meets, it took almost one year for paparazzi to confirm their dating. Finally, after spotting them at NFL’s postseason awards ceremony in 2014, their relationship got the spotlight, and to this day, they have a healthy love bond.
Starting of the career
Newton started his career from his high school days emerging as an impressive prospect from a young age. His impressive stats during his high school days landed him scholarships from different Universities, but he choose Florida at the beginning of the senior year while still at high school.
He played for the Florida Gators while at Florida University in 2007 and 2008. In Newton's first year, there he played five games but turned out some impressive stats in the second year, he had to be left out because of his injuries in the first game of the season.
Newton, however, would not continue in the same university in the coming year and joined Blinn College in January 2009 after being suspended by his previous college. At Blinn, Newton led his team to the 2009 NJCAA National Football Championship, which was enough to get him recruited into Auburn College for his senior year.
Newton, while at Auburn, was awarded the Heisman Trophy in 2010 as well as the 2010 SEC Offensive Player of the Year and 2010 AP Player of the Year.
Newton was the first overall pick in the 2011 NFL Draft by Carolina Panthers. On July 19, 2011, Newton signed his first professional contract with the Panthers for a 4-year contract, with $22 million guaranteed.
He wore the number 1 jersey for his rookie year and had a successful rookie year with him winning both AP Offensive Rookie of the Year and Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Year on February 4, 2012. Newton was also listed at 40th in NFL top 100 player list by his peers. Although his second season would not be quite as good, he still was 40th in the NFL top 100 player list.
In 2013, Newton led his team to a 12-4 record and into his first playoff game. Even though they would go on to lose to San Francisco 49ers, he was rated 24th in the NFL top 100 player list. The 2014 season would not be as good for him as he was facing injury problems from the start of the season and could only finish at 73 in the NFL top 100 player list.
Cam Newton contract worth multi-million
The 2015 season was the biggest of Newton's professional life as he signed a new contract with the Panthers on June 2, 2015, which was worth around $103.8 million over a five-year contract.
Newton's team went on to finish the season 15-1 and made their way into Super Bowl 50, defeating Seattle Seahawks and Arizona Cardinals. However, their impressive run ended when they were defeated by the Denver Broncos 24-10. Despite of their loss, Newton was named NFL MVP and was ranked first by his peers in the NFL top player list. This was his most successful season and couldn't repeat the feat.
The following season the quarterback was ranked 44th in the 2016 season and 25th in the 2017 season in the NFL top 100 player list. In the 2018 season, he would get injured in the later stages of the season and was ranked 87th by his fellow players. He returned from injury in the first week of the 2019 season, but he put on the injury list on week 3.
Chosen Sebastian Newton's father, Cam Newton's Net worth
Cam Newton net worth is estimated at $45 million with his earnings coming primarily from his multi-million dollar deals with the Carolina Panthers. He signed two deals with the Panthers first in 2011 as a rookie which was worth $22 million over four year period and later extended the contract in 2015 for $103.8 million over five years.
The first one earn all his contract's worth guaranteed and the second contract guaranteeing him $60 million in total and $40 million signing guarantee. He also received a $22.5 million signing bonus and an average salary of $20.7 million every year, according to Spotrac.
The Panther's quarterback also makes money from endorsement deals as seen in 2017 when he made $13 million from endorsement deals with Carolina's Health Care Systems and Electronic Arts, Under Armour, and a production deal with Nickelodeon.
Newton also has been spotted posing with a private jet on his Instagram post in December 2019 and with Rolls Royce cars on Instagram, suggesting he also likes to travels in luxury. He also owns a high-end cigar lounge called "Fellaship" in Atlanta.
He also likes to spend his earning and has spent $1.6 million on his three-bedroom condo in The Trust, including membership to the Charlotte Athletic Club and access to a rooftop pool in 2016 as well as in his 1970 Oldsmobile 442 Cutlass which was customized with 24-carat gold plating.
His Father is Well-Celebrated Athlete
The 2011 Heisman Trophy winner isn't short of awards in his professional career with the Panthers. He has won the NFL MVP in 2015 as well as the NFL Offensive Player of the Year in the same year and won the Best NFL Player ESPY Award in 2016.
He also holds the record for the most touchdown by a quarterback in NFL history and is tied with Tom Brady for NFL most player of the week award in a single season. Newton is the first quarterback in NFL history to win both NFL Rookie of the year and NFL MVP at some point in his decorated career.
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