Patrick Mahomes’ family is pretty popular.
The quarterback’s brother Jackson, wife Brittany, mother Randi, and father Patrick Sr. are all pretty well-known among fans. But the Chiefs star has a younger half-brother who plays the wide receiver position in college whom you may have never heard of.
That’s right. Brown WR Graham Walker is the son of Patrick Sr., who actually spoke about him during the playoffs in January.
“They say he’s the one who looks most like me but maybe the other boys will disagree a little bit, but he’s definitely a Mahomes,” the former MLB player told FOX in an interview. “He’s a little bit more laid back than the others. Stays away from the spotlight and goes out and grinds and works. But a very impressive young man.”
“His manners are intact, his stepdad did a great job with him, his mom did a great job with him and now I’m getting the chance to put my hands on him a little more.”
Graham, a 6ft 3in wideout who weighs 215 pounds, registered 44 catches for 515 yards and six touchdowns last season. He has announced that he will be playing for Rice University this year.
According to his father, Graham wants to follow in his older brother’s footsteps and make it to the NFL.
“(Graham) finally decided he wants to be a serious football player, so we have him in the transfer portal,” he remarked. “Hopefully he’s going to choose a school here soon and we can go on with the next chapter.”
We wish him the best of luck.