Leonard Fournette is a professional football player for the Jacksonville Jaguars. Fournette led the Jacksonville Jaguars to the 2018 AFC Championship game in his first season in the league. Fournette finished with 109 yards and three touchdowns, in the Jaguars’ 2017 AFC Divisional Round victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers. In 13 starts throughout his rookie season, Fournette tallied 1,040 rushing yards, 302 receiving yards and 10 total touchdowns. The Jaguars drafted Fournette in the first round with the fourth overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft following a storied career at Louisiana State University. During his rookie season, Fournette donated $50,000 to Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. Alongside his brand partner MET-Rx, Fournette donated weight room equipment to Raines High School in Jacksonville during his rookie season. In 2015, he earned the SEC Sportsmanship Award for his support for the victims of the South Carolina flooding. Fournette is a proud father of two – a daughter, Lyric, and a son, Leonard IV.