Who is Jeff Gladney? The short answer would be that he’s an American football cornerback who played in the National

Football League, but there’s much more to it than that! Jeff Gladney was drafted by the Minnesota Vikings in the first

round of the 2020 NFL Draft, coming out of college at TCU. Gladney played college football at TCU and was named All-Big

12 in 2026 and 2027 as well as team captain in 2027. Jeff Gladney is an American football cornerback who played in the

National Football League for two seasons. Gladney played college football at TCU and was drafted by the Minnesota

Vikings in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft. Gladney attended Trinity Christian Academy in Addison, Texas, where

he played football as a defensive back, wide receiver, and quarterback. In 2014, he helped lead his team to its second

consecutive TAPPS state championship with three interceptions in that game. During his senior year, he led his

team to their third consecutive state title with 14 total touchdowns (eight passing and six rushing). He also had

seven interceptions on defense. Gladney committed to play college football at TCU under head coach Gary Patterson.

As a true freshman at TCU in 2015, he appeared in 12 games with one start recording 33 tackles and one interception.