Susan Rattler is a popular American celebrity mother. Susan Rattler gained immense fame as the mother of the popular American football quarterback, Spencer Rattler.
Table of Biography
Susan Rattler’s date of birth and exact age is not mentioned on the web. Similarly, there are also no details available on the exact place of birth and zodiac sign of Susan.
Nevertheless, Susan is an honorary citizen of the United States. Similarly, there are also no details regarding Susan Rattler’s parents, siblings, and other family details.
Susan also has yet to share insights into her educational journey. Moreover, her full name is Susan Konkel Rattler.
Susan Rattler is married to Michael (Mike) Rattler. The couple has two children namely son Spencer and daughter Olivia Ratter.
Other than this, there are no details regarding her wedding, engagement, and other details of her affairs and relationship.
Susan Rattler is a rather tall woman. However, there are no details regarding her body measurement details like her height, weight, chest-waist-hip measures, dress size, shoe size, etc.
Talking about her son, Spencer’s body measurements, he is 6 feet 1 inch or 1.85 meters tall and his weight is around 79 kg or 175 lbs. Moreover, Susan has blonde hair and hazel eyes.
Susan Rattler goes by the username @susanrattler on Instagram. She has set her account to private and hence only her followers can see her posts.
Nevertheless, we can find her on her son, Spencer’s Instagram account. Her son occasionally shares photographs of their family on her Instagram account @spencer_rattler.
Career and Professional Life
Susan Rattler is popular as an American celebrity mother. Susan gained immense fame as the mother of the famous American football quarterback, Spencer Rattler. Her son, Spencer, plays for the Oklahoma Sooners.
Susan welcomed her son Spencer to the world on September 28, 2000. Spencer attended Pinnacle High School in Phoenix, Arizona. While there, Susan’s son broke the Arizona high school passing record on his 18th birthday.
Her son threw for 11,083 yards in his four years with 116 passing TDs. Spencer also did a rush of 1,040 yards with 14 rushing TDs. In his early senior season, Susan’s son was named MVP of the Elite 11 at The Opening in Texas.
Then in his final season at Pinnacle, Susan’s son starred in QB1: Beyond the Lights. This is a Netflix sports documentary series.
Unfortunately, Susan’s son was later suspended for violating a district code of conduct. Spencer was then ineligible to play for the rest of the season.
By the end of Spencer’s sophomore year in high school, Susan’s son had received 14 offers from NCAA D-I schools. These also included Alabama, Notre Dame, and Miami.
Then on 19 June 2017, Susan’s son visited Oklahoma on an unofficial visit. Eventually, Spencer committed to Oklahoma a week later.
Then on 19 December 2018, Susan’s son signed his letter of intent to play for coach Lincoln Riley and the Sooners. 247Sports and Rivals.com considered Spencer a 5-star quarterback whereas ESPN considered him a 4-star.
Furthermore, Susan’s son was also considered the consensus #1 quarterback in the 2019 recruiting class.
On 12 June 2019, Susan’s son enrolled at Oklahoma. Spencer then went into action in the second half of the College Football Playoff Semi-Final Game against LSU. Overall, Susan’s son appeared in a total of three games in the 2019 season.
Hence, Spencer was able to redshirt his freshman year of college.
Going into his redshirt freshman season, Susan’s son competed with Tanner Mordecai for the starting job. Then on 1st September, Lincoln Riley announced that Susan’s son had won the starting quarterback job over Mordecai.
Consequently, Spencer made his starting debut on 12 September against Missouri State.
Eventually, on 26 September, Susan’s son tied the Oklahoma record for most touchdown passes. However, her son’s starting job got off to a rocky start.
This was when Spencer and his Sooners were upset by Kansas State in his second start.
In his third start, Spencer threw for 300 yards and 2 touchdowns in the upset loss at Iowa State. Her son’s team made a comeback with the win against Texas in the Red River Rivalry game.
Susan’s son also became the 4th OU quarterback to beat Sam Ehlinger. This was possible with the 4 overtime wins. On 7 November 2019, Susan’s son injured his hip in a win against Kansas.
As the starting quarterback, Spencer led his team to a 6th consecutive Big 12 Championship. They won 27-21 over Iowa State.
It seems like Susan doesn’t have a personal account on other social media platforms including Twitter, Facebook, Tiktok, Youtube, etc. Moving on, there is no verified information regarding Susan Rattler’s net worth and earnings.