A former Jacksonville Jaguars offensive tackle, Anthony Boselli Jr, is an American retired football player who played 7 seasons in the National Football League. He was a first-team All-American in collegiate football while attending USC.
|Full Name||Anthony Boselli Jr|
|Birth Date||17 April 1972|
|Birth Place||Modesto, California, USA|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Hair Color||Dark Brown|
|Life & Career|
Tony Boselli was born on 17 April 1972, in Modesto, California, United States, the main city in Stanislaus County. Tony Sr, his father, was his biological father. Even though he is better known by his stage name, Tony Boselli, his full real name is Don Bosco Anthony Boselli Jr.
Boselli attended Fairview High School in Boulder, Colorado, as a child. He had already been an avid American football player at this period, and was even a member of the Fairview Knights high school football team.
Boselli had such talent and perseverance that he was awarded an athletic scholarship to the University of Southern California. From 1991 through 1994, Tony Boselli attended the University of Southern California, where he was a member of the USC Trojans football team.
For several years during his career at the University of Southern California, Boselli was widely regarded as a standout college football player. During 1992, he earned a first-team All-Pac-10 pick and a first-team All-American after fans were enchanted by his talents and power. Two years later in 1993 and 1994 he was voted first-team All-American by the College Football Playoff Committee.
In 2004, Boselli, whose work ethic and stamina were hailed as astounding, was named Morris Trophy winner. In 2014, he was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame as a result of his outstanding achievements.
As a rookie in 2005, Tony Boselli was picked by the Jacksonville Jaguars as the second selection in the 1995 NFL Draft, making him the team’s first-ever draftee. During his time with the Jacksonville Jaguars, Boselli became one of the team’s most successful players.
He was taken by the Houston Texans in the 2002 expansion draught after leaving the Jacksonville Jaguars. Injury prevented him from participating in the season, and he retired at the conclusion of it.
Boselli is widely regarded as one of the greatest American footballers of all time. In 2006, he was inducted into the Pride of the Jaguars as the team’s inaugural inductee. NFL Films ranked him as the sixth greatest active player who has not yet been inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
|Personal Life & Relationships|
It appears that Tony Boselli has stepped back from social media. 44.1K people follow him on Twitter under the handle “Tony Boselli.” On Twitter, Tony refers to himself as a former Jacksonville Jaguars left tackle.
In 2005, Tony married Angi. They and their five children have been residing in Ponte Vedra. Their children are Adam, Ashli, Ansli, Alexis, and Andrew.
Tony Boselli’s precise net worth is still unknown, however estimates range from $5 million to $9 million, depending on the source. His football career was the primary source of his wealth.
Tony invested in seven Mattress Firm bedding businesses in Jacksonville, according to our research. Additionally, he and his former colleague, Mark Brunell, control all Whataburger franchises in the Jacksonville region.