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Matt Prater Biography

Matt was born on August 10, 1984, in Mayfield Heights, Ohio, Matt Prater has his full name as Mathew Phillip Prater as given to him by his parents John (father) and Stacy Prater (mother).

As he came of age, Matt was enrolled at Estero High School in Estero, Florida where he quickly took to playing football to which he was exceptionally good at. In his time at the high school, he had 14 field goals, converted 56 out of 58 extra point attempts and was known for sending his kickoffs straight into the end zone for touchbacks. For all his efforts which didn’t go unnoticed, the kid was named in the first-team all-conference and All-Southwest Florida, second-team All-State, and second-team “Dream Team” before he graduated in 2002.

Matt Prater Age

He was born on August 10, 1984, in Mayfield Heights. He is 35 years old as of 2019.

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Matt Prater Net Worth

His net worth and salary: Matt Prater is an American professional football player who has a net worth of $4 million dollars.

Matt Prater Career


Prater attended Estero High School in Estero, Florida. During his high school football career with the Wildcats, he converted 56 of 58 extra point attempts and 14 field goals, including one of 49 yards. Prater converted 84% of his kickoffs in the end zone for touchbacks. He was named second-team All-State, first-team all-conference and All-Southwest Florida. He was also selected to the second-team “Dream Team.” Prater graduated from Estero High School in 2002. Prater transferred to Estero High School his sophomore year from Cypress Lake High School.



Prater attended and played college football for UCF from 2002–2005. Prater showed signs of his leg strength with the first kick of his collegiate career, making a 53-yard attempt against Penn State. Overall, in his first season kicking for the Golden Knights, he finished with 44-of-47 extra points converted and 14-of-21 field goals converted.


Prater showed significant improvement as a sophomore year in 2003, leading the nation in punting and setting school and MAC records with 47.9 yards per punt. He is known as the perfectionist of the Rugby punt, which is now well known through the NCAA and is used by several teams. As a kicker, he converted 10-of-13 field goal attempts and was a perfect 4-for-4 on attempts of 40 yards or longer. Prater had a career day against Virginia Tech on August 31. He punted six times and had a 55.7-yard average, including punts of 71 and 67 yards. He also went 4-for-4 on extra points and had three touchbacks on kickoffs. Overall, he finished the 2003 season with 23-of-24 extra points converted and 10-of-13 field goals converted. In addition, he had 58 punts for 2,781 net yards for a 47.9 average.


In 2004, Prater continued to provide kicking duties for the Golden Knights. Aaron Horne took over most of the punting duties appeared in nine games before missing the rest of the season with a leg injury. At one point during the season, he made 11 consecutive field goals – the second-longest streak in school history. The streak was snapped against Buffalo on October 4. Overall, he finished the 2004 season with 12-of-14 extra points converted and 9-of-14 field goals converted.


As a senior in 2005, Prater made 17-of-26 field goal attempts on the year, including a season-long 49-yard conversion. He also went 29-for-32 on point-after attempts. He punted four times for 160 yards during the season. In his final collegiate game, Prater set up a textbook onside kick, which allowed UCF to tie the game. However, in the first overtime, he missed an extra point, which dubbed him as the player that cost UCF the game and gave Nevada a 49–48 victory in the 2005 Hawaii Bowl.

In 46 games spanning four years with UCF, Prater converted 50 of 74 field goal attempts, with a long of 53 yards. His 50 field goals tie him for the school record, while his 258 points rank him fourth all-time in school history.

Matt Prater Family

Matt is married to Kati Prater who he was reported to have met at an “ugly sweater party” during Christmas. Her name is Kati Rene Stark and at the time they met. They were both single but no chemistry kicked off between them.

However, following their meeting again at the Dierks Bentley concert. The time when they were both single, the two decided to get closer with each other and that closeness led to an April 15, 2015 marriage and fulfilling life for the NFL player.

They have since had children in their family; daughter Ava Jean Prater and son Pax Wallace. Of recent, a baby girl was added to the family sometime in July 2018. They are still together as husband and wife and with no rumors of rancor between them.

Matt Prater Body Measurement

Matt Prater stands at a height of 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m) at which he weighs 201 lb (91 kg). His other body stats like his chest, biceps, and waist measurement have not been disclosed at this time.

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