With his impressive record as college football’s best kicker in 2021, Jake Moody has officially made his mark in the sport.
As the 99th overall pick in the 2023 NFL Draft, he has been selected to join the San Francisco 49ers during the third round of the draft.
While fans are excited to see how he performs on the field, there’s another aspect of his life that has piqued their interest: his girlfriend, Kamryn Abraskin.
Many are curious about the woman who has captured Jake’s heart and are eager to know more about her.
ghlinks.com.gh take a closer look at Kamryn Abraskin and her relationship with Jake Moody.
Who is Kamryn Abraskin?
Kamryn Abraskin is the girlfriend of Jake Moody, American football placekicker for the San Francisco 49ers of the National Football League.
Kamryn’s exact age is unknown but from comparison with her boyfriend who is twenty-three years of age and almost likened to him in terms of age, she should also be in her early twenties.
Kamryn Abraskin is a medical student at Carle Illinois College of Medicine.
She was admitted to the esteemed institution in 2022.
Kamryn’s journey to Carle Illinois College of Medicine began when she completed her Bachelor of Science degree with Honors in Biochemistry at the University of Michigan.
From May 2018 to August 2018, Abraskin served as Medical Receptionist at Goldinskin Dermatology in Skokie, Illinois.
Between October 2015 and September 2018, she worked as a Scientific Researcher at Glenbrook North High School in Northbrook, Illinois.
Kamryn Abraskin has served as a Researcher in the Laboratory of Dr. Brian Ross at the University of Michigan since March 2019.
The exact date when Kamryn Abraskin and Jake Moody began their relationship is uncertain.
However, Jake made their relationship public on social media in December 2020, introducing Kamryn as his girlfriend.
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Who is Jacob Moody?
Jacob Donovan Moody is an American football placekicker for the San Francisco 49ers of the National Football League.
After five years at Michigan, college football’s best kicker in 2021 looks to continue his career success at the NFL level. Converting on 82.9% of his field goal attempts this past season, Moody was a rock for the Wolverines en route to their second consecutive College Football Playoff appearance.
The poster child of consistency, Moody attempted 60 field goals in his final two years at Michigan, converting on 52 and scoring 272 points on fourth downs alone.
The 2021 consensus All-American set single-season program records for made field goals (29), PATs (60), points scored (147) and 40-plus-yard field goals in a season (10) in 2022.
Only the second kicker drafted in the top 100 in 17 years, Moody’s high selection reflects his value not only to the Wolverines, but also to his future franchise.
The 49ers hope Moody will create an immediate impact for a team losing long-time NFL placekicker Robbie Gould.