Maurice Clarett Net Worth:- $15 Thousand
Maurice Clarett Net Worth:- Maurice Clarett (Maurice Edward Clarett ) was born in Youngstown, Ohio, on October 29, 1983. He was a former running back in American football for the Ohio State Buckeyes. He also played professionally for the United Football League’s Omaha Nighthawks. In 2002, while a freshman at Ohio State University, he led the Buckeyes to a national championship.
Clarett gained national attention after demonstrating his abilities as a freshman tailback on the varsity team at Austintown-Fitch High School. Clarett transferred to Warren G. Harding High School after demonstrating his capabilities as a freshman tailback on the varsity team at Austintown-Fitch High School. When he graduated from Harding, he was considered among the top 100 players in the country by national newspapers.
Maurice Clarett was a 2002 All-American for the United States Army. Clarett verbally committed to Ohio State University over Notre Dame, Fresno State, and the University of Miami. In February 2002, he formally committed to the Buckeyes.
Maurice Clarett started one season at Ohio State, rushing for 1,237 yards and scoring 18 touchdowns, helping the Buckeyes to a 14â€”0 record and the 2002 BCS National Championship. In the 2003 Fiesta Bowl, he scored the game-winning touchdown against Miami on a five-yard run in the second overtime period.
Maurice Clarett also made a critical defensive play in that game, snatching the ball from Hurricanes safety Sean Taylor on the Miami 28 when he was returning an interception from the end zone of a Craig Krenzel pass.
Several distressing situations marred Maurice Clarett’s stay at Ohio State University. During the 2002 season, he was observed shouting at his position coach during the Northwestern Ohio State game.
Maurice Clarett publicly chastised OSU authorities in December 2002 for not paying for his flight home for a friend’s funeral and accused administrators of lying when they said he had not filed the proper paperwork.
Maurice Clarett established Business and Biceps with Cory Gregory and John Fosco in 2018. Business and Biceps has consistently ranked towards the top of the business podcast rankings and in the Apple iTunes store’s top 100 overall podcasts.
Maurice Clarett headlined a political event for Democratic candidate and fellow Youngstown native Joe Schiavoni during Schiavoni’s unsuccessful pursuit for the Democratic nomination in 2018.