Scherff is a great story.Now they just need to get Brandon Scherff to come on home. I can't imagine he likes being out in DC with that dumpster fire of a franchise.
That's awesome I didn't know he lived up that way figured he was closer to Denison. Had no idea about his wife being from up that way. He posts hunting pics a lot and there's a whole lot of pheasants up that way.Scherff is a great story.
He lives in Rock Valley (where his wife is from) which is 20 mins from me. He's back here pretty much anytime football isn't going on and you see the guy quite a bit even during the season. I'd say he spends WAY more time in Sioux County than he ever does in DC.
His wife used to work at the Snap Fitness in RV and that's where he works out in the offseason. Guy's a bazillionaire and doesn't have his own home gym. They don't even shut the place down when he's in there, he's just a totally normal dude in a little town. You can see him all the time at HS sporting events in Rock Valley and around our conference.
At the end of this year Scherff will have made $66M playing football and he lives in a 1,400 sqft, 2nd owner home that he and his wife bought for $250K per the county website. My classmate's dad was on the RV city council at the time, and they tried like hell to get him to buy one of their lots in a new subdivision and build but he wouldn't do it. The dude is tight with his money and isn't into buying anything fancy. He fits in perfectly around here, tbh.
Yeah some dudes are born on 3rd base. Not his fault but yeah I'm sure he's not stressing about money and that part of it all.Austin was financially set for life from birth. His grandfather owned Holden Seeds in Williamsburg, IA which was the largest independent seed producer in the US before he sold to Monsanto in 1997 for $1BN. Wouldn't be surprised if he took a pay cut to be closer to home. Both he and his wife are from the same town.