He currently fills in as a goodie for the Auburn Tigers. Quindarious is known as “Smokey Monday” among his colleagues, mentors and fans.
Monday was born in the city of Atlanta, Georgia. He is 6 feet 3 inches tall and weighs 185 pounds.
On Monday, he began his football career at the old neighborhood school Carver High School.
In the season of education, his exhibition was remarkable. Before long, he started getting offers to play for renowned colleges like Florida State, Michigan Wolverines, Georgia State and others.
Finally, on December 20, 2017, Mondays were selected to attend Auburn University and classes began the following year.
As mentioned so far, the real name of Smoke Monday is Quindarius Monday.
He explained how he got the nickname Smokey Monkey in a meeting with 247Sports.
On getting some information about the surname, he said, “It comes from my grandfather.”
Quindarius Monday continued “I just used to go around the house, so he started calling me ‘Smoke’.”
Monday gives the impression of keeping your life hidden until further notice and focusing on your business.
There is not much data available regarding his family or relationship status. He only posts about his football matches on his web-based media accounts.
No definite figures were announced or distributed on how much money is received on Mondays.
One of his associates, Terre Alston, has received an annual compensation of $311,956.
In this way, he can also buy about US$300,000 every year.
Red Health Quindarias Monday remained calm. So there is not much data on the web about his relationship status.
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He updates his supporters about his game and match plans on Instagram as often as possible. Despite this, he was seen remaining with a young woman in one of his new Instagram photos, which read, “Because she’s mine, I’m pushing her needy situation so others are angry about her.
According to some media, she is his iconic sweetheart. He has 338.8k followers on his Instagram account and is following 2753 records.