Eagles QB Jalen Hurts Achieves Master's Degree: Adding To His Impressive Year of Success

Photo: Instagram/Jalen Hurts

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback, Jalen Hurts, has continued his impressive streak of accomplishments by earning his master's degree.

Fresh off a trip to the Super Bowl and a record-breaking contract extension, Hurts returned to the University of Oklahoma to receive his degree in human relations, adding yet another milestone to his already remarkable year.

Expressing his pride, Hurts took to Instagram, writing, "I Know Momma Proud Of This One.." His former Alabama teammate, Dallas Warmack, replied with congratulations, acknowledging Hurts' unique qualities.

Photo: Instagram/Jalen Hurts celebrates a milestone achievement.

Hurts had a successful college football career, starting as the quarterback for the Crimson Tide from 2016 until 2018. He then transferred to Oklahoma for his senior year, where he led the team to a Big 12 Championship and finished second in the Heisman Trophy race behind Joe Burrow.

The University of Oklahoma congratulated their standout alumnus with a tweet, proclaiming him a "Sooner for life" and sharing an image of Hurts standing behind the podium at the graduation ceremony for the Class of 2023. Videos and photos capturing Hurts' graduation moment circulated on social media, spreading the excitement among his fans and supporters.

Dr. David Sarratt, the university's dean of students, shared a video of Hurts beaming with joy as he walked across the stage to receive his well-deserved degree, accompanied by cheers from the audience. Hurts' agent, Nicole Lynn, also joined in the celebration, commending him as the "hardest worker" she knows.

Hurts' dedication and passion for his craft have not gone unnoticed by the Philadelphia Eagles organization. In March, Eagles Chairman and CEO Jeffrey Lurie spoke highly of Hurts' exceptional work ethic, describing him as someone with an "incredible passion for being phenomenal" and praising his attention to detail.

Lurie even went as far as to label Hurts as "the most mature 24-year-old" he has ever encountered. The admiration for Hurts extends beyond the football field, with teammate Trevon Diggs playfully speculating on his future.

Diggs tweeted that he could see Hurts running for President, highlighting the quarterback's remarkable qualities and potential for greatness.

As Hurts continues to strive for excellence both on and off the field, his master's degree serves as a testament to his relentless pursuit of personal growth and achievement.

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Source: People

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