Early life, family, educational background
American model, Lindsey Duke was born on 13 November 1991, in Maitland, Florida USA. Her father, Craig married his girlfriend, Sultana, after her parents divorced. She only has one sibling, a brother named Kyle. She grew up in Oviedo, Florida, then relocated to Orlando before moving to Denver, Colorado where she still resides.
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After graduating from Oviedo High School, she attended the University of Central Florida. The university is somewhat infamous for enrolling the most students in the US as opposed to the acceptance rate of other universities.
It was originally dedicated to teaching technology and engineering, but gradually grew and added more degrees. After receiving her bachelor’s degree, Lindsey turned her focus to her modeling career.
Lindsey is a social media star and model. The most significant achievement in her career so far has been gracing the cover of Axis Magazine’s August 2019 issue. She gained a lot of popularity and online followers after being seen with Blake Bortles at the draft prospects seminar, the NFL Combine. She is currently working in Denver, Colorado as The Judge Group’s executive accountant.
She began dating Blake while they were both attending Oviedo High School, and continued when going to the University of Central Florida together. They briefly broke up in 2014 when he was in his first season with the National Football League (NFL). Blake allegedly called their relationship off, but neither have publicly discussed their breakup.
She then dated former “The Bachelorette” contestant and model, Robby Hayes, followed by “The Bachelorette” winner, Jeff Holms, but neither relationships lasted long. In 2017 she dated reality television star, Ben Higgins after Ben broke up with his fianceé, Lauren Bushnell, whom he met on “The Bachelor.”
Hobbies, favorite things and interesting facts
Her name was googled more than six million times during the NFL combine, which is almost 30 times more than Blake has been googled.
She stands at 6ft 3in (1.9m) tall, and weighs 230lbs (104kgs). She has brown eyes and blonde hair.
Net worth and salary
Her net worth is estimated at $200,000 as of early 2020, with an annual minimum salary of $40,000.
Who is Blake Bortles?
Robby Blake Bortles was born on 28 April 1992. His father, Rob, was a football player and wrestler in high school; and his mother, Suzy, was a softball player. Robby has one brother, Colby, who was the third baseman in the Ole Miss baseball team, and in 2017 was drafted by the Detroit Tigers in the 22nd round of the Major League Baseball (MLB) draft.
Blake played for the Lions baseball and football teams when he was attending Oviedo High School.
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In his senior year, he completed 151 out of 233 passes for 2,211 yards with seven interceptions and 27 touchdowns. He matriculated high school with a Seminole County record 53 touchdowns and 5,567 career passing yards. He played football at the University of Central Florida and in 2014, he was drafted in the 2014 NFL draft by the Jacksonville Jaguars. He is currently the Los Angeles Rams’ quarterback of their NFL team.
The University of Central Florida was the first university to offer him a scholarship, so he accepted, especially as the university was close to his home.
Other university offers included Western Kentucky, Purdue, Tulane and Colorado State. In 2010, he was redshirted as a true freshman. In 2011 – still as a redshirt – he played 10 games in which he completed 75 out of 110 passes for 958 yards with three interceptions and six touchdowns. In 2012 he was a sophomore, and played 14 games, all of which he started at quarterback; he completed 251 out of 399 passes for 3,059 yards with seven interceptions and 25 touchdowns, also scoring eight touchdowns and rushing 285 yards.
At 2012’s Beef ‘O’ Brady’s Bowl, he was the MVP because he completed 22 out of 32 passes for 271 yards with 79 rushing yards and three touchdowns against the Ball State Cardinals. In his class, he was listed as the number 44 pro-style quarterback, and Rivals.com named his a three-star recruit. While playing for the Jacksonville Jaguars, Blake experienced a lot of positives and negatives. In 2015, he set the team record for touchdowns and passing yards in a single season, and led the Jaguars to the AFC Conference Championship game which they’d last reached in 1999 when they lost to the New England Patriots.
In the 2016 season, he made the most pass attempts and most pass completions, but also had a lot of turnovers from interceptions thrown, actually from 2014 to 2018 a league-high of 75. After only a year into his contract extension of $54 million, he was released from the team. In 2019, he was signed by the Los Angeles Rams on a year-long contract as Jared Goff’s backup.
He holds the record for both the most consecutive games without a passing touchdown, and the most passing touchdowns in a game.