Penei Sewell is a 20-year-old NFL offensive tackle player who is currently dating Isabelle Ford.
Penei Sewell is an American football offensive tackle player. He plays for the Detroit Lions of the National Football League (NFL).
Sewell was born on October 9， 2000， in Malaeimi， American Samoa. He is 20 years old. He is 6 feet 5 inches and his weight is 150 kilograms.
He went to the University of Oregon and played college football for Oregon Ducks. He was named as unanimous All-American and was awarded the outland and Morris award. Before， college， he went to Desert Hills High School.
Penei was also selected as co-receipts with Tua Tagovailoa for the 2019 Polynesian College Football Player of the Year award.
Penei Sewell Girlfriend – Who Is He Dating?
Penei Sewell is dating Isabelle Ford. She is a fitness enthusiast.
Isabelle and Penei have been dating since 2020. They also have a youtube channel， Penei And Isabelle but there is no content yet.
Penei’s girlfriend is also 20 years old. She shares her nutrition shakes and fitness videos on her Instagram account @itsisabelleford.
Isabelle has clearly stated that they are together as she featured Penei’s name on her bio with a heart.
Penei Sewell Family Details
Penei Sewell was born to his mother， Arlene Sewell， and his father， Gabriel Sewell. He has three brothers， Gabriel， Nephi， and Noah who are also football players.
Sewell’s father， Gabriel was a football coach. He moved to Utah from Malaeimi in 2012 to train his sons as he saw potential in them to become National Football League players.
The family of 6 used to live in a one-bedroom place in American Samoa. Things have changed after father Gabriel trained his sons and now they are NFL players. The pictures are shared by oregonlive.com.
Penei Sewell Net Worth: What Is His Salary?
According to salarysport， Penei’s base salary is $660，000 and the prorated bonus is $3，721，649 as of 2021.
He has signed a four-year contract with NFL for a $24.1 million salary cap. His signing bonus is estimated to be $14.88 million as per the NFL network.
In 2019， he won the Outland Trophy and Morris Trophy. The trophy was presented during The College Football Awards at the College Football Hall Of Fame.