Tom Hawkins is an athlete who was born in Finley, New South Wales in 21/07/1988 and is now 35 years old. Tom Hawkins has a net worth of $3.5 Million.
What is Tom Hawkins Net Worth?
Tom Hawkins's net worth is 3.5 Million.
How old is Tom Hawkins?
Tom Hawkins is 35 years old.
What is Tom Hawkins Birthday?
Tom Hawkins's birthday is 21/07/1988.
What is Tom Hawkins Zodiac Sign?
Tom Hawkins's zodiac sign is Gemini.
What is Tom Hawkins's Real Birth Name?
Tom Hawkins's real birth name is Thomas John Hawkins.
Where is Tom Hawkins's Birthplace?
Tom Hawkins's birthplace is Finley, New South Wales.
How Tall is Tom Hawkins?
Tom Hawkins height is 6'6'' (198.12 cm).
What is Tom Hawkins Nationality?
Tom Hawkins nationality is Australia.
What are Tom Hawkins's Professions?
Tom Hawkins's professions are Australian Rules footballer.
Who is Tom Hawkins's Spouse(s)?
Emma Clapham (m. 2016)
Who is Tom Hawkins?
Thomas John Hawkins (born 21 July 1988) is an Australian rules footballer playing for the Geelong Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL). At 198 cm (6 ft 6 in) tall and weighing 110 kilograms (240 lb), Hawkins has the ability to play as either a full-forward or centre half-forward. He grew up in New South Wales before moving to Victoria to attend Melbourne Grammar School, where his football abilities earned him a spot in the first XVIII in year ten. He played top-level football with the Sandringham Dragons in the TAC Cup and Vic Metro in the AFL Under-18 Championships. His accolades as a junior include national and state representation, the Larke Medal as the AFL Under-18 Championships most valuable player, and All-Australian selection.
As the eldest son of former Geelong champion Jack Hawkins, Hawkins was drafted by Geelong under the father–son draft rule with the forty-first selection in the 2006 national draft. He made his AFL debut in 2007, which saw former Carlton coach Denis Pagan compare him to the highest goal scorer in the history of the league and former full-forward, Tony Lockett, after his debut game. His debut season saw him earn an AFL Rising Star nomination and he was part of Geelong’s Victorian Football League (VFL) premiership side. He has since become a three-time AFL premiership player, a Coleman Medalist, an All-Australian full forward, a Carji Greeves Medallist as the club best and fairest player, an eleven-time leading goalkicker for Geelong, and a recipient of the former AFL Army Award—awarded to a player who produces significant acts of bravery or selflessness during a season.