20 Shortest NFL Players in History and Their Football Positions

Anyone who wants to pursue a professional career as an athlete must have the physical structure to back it up, and height is often considered. Experts and pundits have all agreed that the size of an athlete influences their performance. Still, some of the shortest NFL players ever have been able to pull off significant accomplishments in American football. The reason for this is not far-fetched; being short or tall can both be an advantage or disadvantage for an American footballer, depending on the position they play. While defensive and offensive linemen are generally taller than six feet, shorter running backs and quarterbacks are considered to have an advantage over taller ones as they have greater balance and can easily evade being tackled.

Shortest NFL Players and Their Heights

1. Jack Shapiro

  • Height: 5 feet 1 inch (155 cm)
  • Date of Birth: March 22, 1907
  • Died On: February 5, 2001
  • Position: Back
  • Teams: Staten Island Stapletons (1929)

Nine decades have come and gone since Jack Shapiro played in the NFL but he is still remembered as the shortest player the league has ever seen. Some reports have it that he only played one NFL game in 1929 for the Staten Island Stapletons, a New York team that competed in the league from 1929 to 1932. According to these reports, he played as a blocking back in a game that saw the Stapletons trash another early NFL team, the Minneapolis Red Jackets, 34 – 0. While it has been claimed in some quarters that he played at least five professional games, we can only confirm he had a very short time in the league.

Jack was born in New York City, New York, in 1907 after his family immigrated to the United States. The only member of his family born in America, Shapiro schooled at Evander Child High School located in Bronx, New York. It was here that he began playing football and it is said that he was a fine player constantly featured in games until he sustained an injury that sidelined him. He also played football in college as a fullback for the NYU Violets that represented the New York University.

2. Trindon Holliday

  • Height: 5 feet 5 inches (165 cm)
  • Date of Birth: April 27, 1986
  • Age: 35 Years Old
  • Position: Wide Receiver and Return Specialist
  • Teams: Houston Texans (2010 − 2012), Denver Broncos (2012 − 2013), New York Giants (2014), Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2014), San Francisco 49ers (2014), and Oakland Raiders (2015)

Trindon Holliday is one of the finest among the shortest NFL players ever, but he almost didn’t become a footballer as his mother refused to let him play the game. She was worried about his small size and him being easily injured. But then, when he started playing in his 7th grade at Northeast High School in Pride, Louisiana, it became apparent that his size, which people were worried about, was an advantage as it afforded him remarkable agility.

 

After high school, he proceeded to Louisiana State University and played for the LSU Tigers from 2006 to 2009. With the team, he became a BCS national champion and an SEC champion in 2007. At this point, there was no doubt he would get to play in the NFL. Trindon Holliday was drafted by the Houston Texans as the 197th player picked in the 2010 NFL Draft. He played for the side until 2012 when he joined the Denver Broncos where he set several franchise records. The Zachary, Louisiana native didn’t find his way back to the league after the Oakland Raiders released him in September 2015; the team had signed him in June of the same year.

3. Jakeem Grant

  • Height: 5 feet 6 inches (168 cm)
  • Date of Birth: October 30, 1992
  • Age: 28 Years Old
  • Position: Wide Receiver and Return Specialist
  • Teams: Miami Dolphins (2016 – present)

Grant’s professional career as a football player began in 2016 after he was selected in the year’s NFL Draft by the Miami Dolphins as the 186th player picked. Since then, he has been playing for the side and has set himself apart as one of the most valuable players of the Dolphins. He has thus far set several franchise records, including five returns for a touchdown and longest punt return (88 yards). In Week One of the 2018 season and Week Eight of the 2020 season, he was honored as the AFC Special Teams Player of the Week.

The Athens, Texas native has been playing football since his teenage years. He was a student of John Horn High School where became a top-rated athlete for college and received offers from at least seven universities, including Iowa State, Colorado State, and Louisiana Tech. However, he decided to attend Texas Tech University where he played for the Red Raiders. His college career saw him set the Texas Tech all-time records for receiving yards. For his efforts, he was named to second-team All-Big 12 and All-American in 2015. As a professional, he was also named to second-team All-Pro in 2020.

4. Darren Sproles

  • Height: 5 feet 6 inches (168 cm)
  • Date of Birth: June 20, 1983
  • Age: 38 Years Old
  • Position: Running Back and Return Specialist
  • Teams: San Diego Chargers (2005 – 2010), New Orleans Saints (2011 – 2013), and Philadelphia Eagles (2014 – 2019)

It is hard to think of anyone among the shortest NFL players of all time that is more accomplished than Darren Sproles. Thanks to his achievements in the league, it has been pretty easy for him to build a career as a football executive following his retirement. A personal consultant for the Philadelphia Eagles and indeed the entire NFL community, Sproles is a Super Bowl (LII) champion and a three-time Pro Bowler. He was twice named to First-team All-Pro and NFL 2010s All-Decade Team, amongst other honorable recognitions which can be traced back to his days in high school.

The former NFL star was born in Waterloo, Iowa, but he was raised in Kansas where he attended Olathe North High School and got named the Kansas Hall of Fame Player of the Year for his exploits in football. He also received the Thomas A. Simone Trophy alongside other awards that earned him nationwide recognition. He kept up with his phenomenal form in college with the Kansas State Wildcats and was named to First-team All-Big 12 and First-team All-American in 2013. His professional career began with the San Diego Chargers in 2005 after the team selected him in the fourth round of the 2005 NFL Draft; he was the 130th player picked.

5. Jacquizz Rodgers

  • Height: 5 feet 6 inches (168 cm)
  • Date of Birth: February 6, 1990
  • Age: 31 Years Old
  • Position: Running Back
  • Teams: Atlanta Falcons (2011 – 2014), Chicago Bears (2015), Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2016 – 2018), New Orleans Saints (2019)

Established in 2007, the Mr. Texas Football Award is awarded by Dave Campbell’s Texas Football magazine to honor outstanding high school football players in Texas and Jacquizz Rodgers was the first recipient of the gong. The retired running back was born in Richmond, Texas, and he attended Lamar Consolidated High School in Rosenberg where it became apparent he was cut out for a career in professional football. Apart from the Mr. Texas Football award, he was named the Built Ford Tough Texas High School Football Player of the Year in Class 4A and the 4A Region III Offensive Player of the Year at some point.

Given his remarkable achievements in high school football, multiple universities came calling for him but Rodgers decided to play for the Oregon State Beavers. He was honored as Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Year and Pac-10 Freshman of the Year with the team. He decided to forgo his final year of eligibility and entered the NFL Draft of 2011 where the Atlanta Falcons selected him in the fifth round. He played for the team until 2014 and ended his career with the New Orleans Saints in 2019.

6. Tarik Cohen

  • Height: 5 feet 6 inches (168 cm)
  • Date of Birth: July 26, 1995
  • Age: 26 Years Old
  • Position: Running Back and Return Specialist
  • Teams: Chicago Bears (2017 – Present)

For many, it was obvious when Tarik was playing for the Aggies of North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University that he would become a dominant player in the NFL. Cohen played for the team from 2013 to 2016 and attained multiple uncommon feats. Notably, the Black College Football National champ won the Deacon Jones Trophy of 2016 and was the Celebration Bowl Offensive MVP of 2015. Also, the 2013 MEAC Rookie of the Year was thrice named the MEAC Offensive Player of the Year, Boxtorow All-American, First-team All-MEAC, and much more.

Going into the 2017 NFL Draft, multiple teams toyed with the idea of having him but he was eventually drafted by the Chicago Bears in the fourth round. He finished his rookie season with 370 rushing yards and two rushing touchdowns in addition to 358 receiving yards, one receiving touchdown, and one passing touchdown. This earned him the Brian Piccolo Award which the Bears awards yearly to one rookie and one veteran for their commitment and contributions to the team. Tarik Cohen was named to First-team All-Pro in 2018 and also participated in the all-star game of the NFL that year.

7. Deonte Harris

  • Height: 5 feet 6 inches (168 cm)
  • Date of Birth: December 4, 1997
  • Age: 23 Years Old
  • Position: Wide Receiver and Return Specialist
  • Teams: New Orleans Saints (2019 – Present)

Standing at 5 feet 6 inches, Deonte Harris is also one of the shortest NFL players who are currently active. The Baltimore, Maryland native has been playing for the New Orleans Saints since 2019 and has proved himself a valuable addition to the side. Considering he was an undrafted free agent when the Saints signed him in 2019, one can assert that Harris has been performing beyond expectations. He made history as the first undrafted rookie player of the Saints to make the Pro Bowl, this was in 2019; the same year he was named to First-team All-Pro and PFWA All-Rookie team.

To the best of our knowledge, the NFL star raised in Middle River, Baltimore, began playing football at Archbishop Curley High School. He received a lot of attention at this level as he helped the school attain their first undefeated season ever on their way to winning the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference Championship title. After high school, he proceeded to Assumption University, a Roman Catholic university located in Worcester, Massachusetts. With the Assumption Greyhounds, he also pulled off significant feats like being named to First Team All-American by the Conference Commissioner’s Association and American Football Coaches Association.

8. Boston Scott

  • Height: 5 feet 6 inches (168 cm)
  • Date of Birth: April 27, 1995
  • Age: 26 Years Old
  • Position: Running Back
  • Teams: New Orleans Saints (2018) and [Philadelphia Eagles (2018 – Present)]

Boston Scott’s passion for sports dates back to his high school days when he emerged as a state champion in weightlifting. A student of Zachary High School located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, the NFL running back also played football. Following his graduation from high school, he decided to further his education at Louisiana Tech University where he played for the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs from 2014 to 2017. In the latter year, he was named to Third Team All-Conference USA and was even considered for the Wuerffel Trophy.

At the 2018 NFL Draft, the New Orleans Saints selected him in the sixth round; he was the 201st overall player picked. Thereafter, he inked his rookie contract with the side and was set for his professional career. But then, the Saints waived him in September of the same year only to re-sign him to their practice squad. Before the year ran out, the Philadelphia Eagles came calling for him. In August 2019, the Eagles yet again waived and resigned him to their practice squad. October came and he was promoted to the active roster. He made a one-year exclusive-rights free agent pact with the side in April 2021 and continues to play for them.

9. J. J. Moses

  • Height: 5 feet 6 inches (168 cm)
  • Date of Birth: September 12, 1979
  • Age: 41 Years Old
  • Position: Wide Receiver, Kick Returner, and Punt returner
  • Teams: Kansas City Chiefs (2001), Scottish Claymores (2002), Green Bay Packers (2002), Houston Texans (2003 – 2004), and Arizona Cardinals (2005)

Jerry Hames Moses Jr’s professional career lasted from 2001 to 2005 and he was mostly known for his height in the years he played in the league. He had a forgettable career and as such, is often unintentionally excluded when people count the shortest NFL players ever. Mostly a wide receiver during his college years, J.J. Moses played most of his NFL games as a punt and kick returner. His professional career began with the Kansas City Chief in 2001 and the following year he played for the Green Bay Packers and the Scottish Claymores of NFL Europe. From 2003 to 2004, he played for the Houston Texans and retired in 2005 with the Arizona Cardinals.

Born in Waterloo, Iowa, J.J. Moses attended a high school in Waterloo East High School. He furthered his education at Iowa State University of Science and Technology where he played for the Cyclones from 1997 to 2000. It is said that he led his team in receiving yards and was even named an MVP. Disregarding that, he was also named to the First-team All-Big 12 of 2000. According to Moses, his faith in God made it possible for him to play professional football despite his small stature which many considered a disadvantage.

10. Andrew Hawkins

  • Height: 5 feet 7 inches (170 cm)
  • Date of Birth: March 10, 1986
  • Age: 35 Years Old
  • Position: Wide Receiver
  • Teams: Montreal Alouettes (2009 – 2010), St. Louis Rams (2011), Cincinnati Bengals (2011 – 2013), Cleveland Browns (2014 – 2016), and New England Patriots (2017)

It was in July 2017 that Andrew Hawkins announced his retirement from the NFL; he was playing for the New England Patriots when he retired. According to him, he was not feeling physically ready to keep up with professional football. His retirement was a bit of a surprise as he had signed a one-year contract with the Patriots a few weeks earlier, in May 2017. He joined the Patriots from the Cleveland Browns after he had played for the Cincinnati Bengals from 2011 to 2013. Nonetheless, his NFL career began with the St. Louis Rams in 2011.

Andrew Hawkins is probably the only one among the shortest NFL players that began his career in the Canadian Football League (CFL). The wide receiver went undrafted at the 2008 NFL draft and didn’t get any offer until December 2008 when CLF’s Montreal Alouettes came calling. He played for the Alouettes for two seasons and won the Gray Cup twice in a row in 2009 and 2010. In January 2011, the Rams signed Andrew only to waive him in August, the same month he joined the Bengals.

11. Maurice Jones-Drew

  • Height: 5 feet 7 inches (170 cm)
  • Date of Birth: March 23, 1985
  • Age: 36 Years Old
  • Position: Running Back
  • Teams: Jacksonville Jaguars (2006 – 2013) and Oakland Raiders (2014)

Maurice was drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars to join the NFL when he was 21 years old; he was selected in the second round of the 2006 NFL draft and played for the team until the end of the 2013 season. In March 2014, he joined the Oakland Raiders on a three-year deal but announced his retirement the following year. To properly end his career, he signed a one-day deal with the Jaguars and retired with the team, this was in April 2015. Since then, he has been working as a color analyst for NFL.

MJD, as he is fondly called, retired with several franchise records for the Jaguars. A three-time Pro Bowler, he was the NFL rushing yards leader of 2011 and was twice named to First-team All-Pro. The Oakland, California native played high school football with De La Salle High School in Concord where he distinguished himself as an outstanding athlete. Thereafter, he proceeded to the University of California, Los Angeles, where he played football and was named to Unanimous All-American and First-team All-Pac 10 in 2005.

12. Brandon Banks

  • Height: 5 feet 7 inches (170 cm)
  • Date of Birth: December 21, 1987
  • Age: 33 Years Old
  • Position: Wide Receiver and Return Specialist
  • Teams: Washington Redskins (2010 – 2012) and [Hamilton Tiger-Cats (2013 – Present)]

Brandon Banks has been playing for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Canadian Football League since 2013 but it is not where his professional career as a footballer began. The wide receiver and return specialist started playing professional football in 2010 with the Washington Redskins of the NFL. Also one of the shortest NFL players ever, the Redskins signed him as an undrafted free agent in May 2010 and he played for the side until the end of the 2012 season. Joining the Tiger-Cats in September 2013, he quickly became a valuable player for the team. Amongst other recognitions, he received the league’s Most Outstanding Player Award in 2019. Brandon renewed his contract with the team in December 2020.

Although he plays in the Canadian League, Banks is a citizen of the United States of America. He was born in Raleigh, North Carolina, and attended Garner Magnet High School where he played football and led his school’s team to three consecutive conference championships. His exploits with the team earned him an induction into its Hall of Fame in 2017. Proceeding to college, he first played for the Bakersfield College team and then the Wildcats of Kansas State. His college career was a fruitful one as he was named the Big 12 Offensive Newcomer of the Year 2008 and the Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Year 2009.

13. Devin Singletary

  • Height: 5 feet 7 inches (170 cm)
  • Date of Birth: September 3, 1997
  • Age: 23 Years Old
  • Position: Running Back
  • Teams: Buffalo Bills (2019 – present)

Devin Singletary is one of the shortest NFL players who are currently active. He plays for the Buffalo Bills, a team that selected him in the third round of the 2019 NFL Draft; he was the 74th overall player picked. Before his professional career took off, he played college football with the Owls of Florida Atlantic University and received several recognitions. For instance, he was twice named to First-team All C-USA, participated in the Boca Raton Bowl of 2017, and was named the C-USA Most Valuable Player of 2017. The running back is from Deerfield Beach, Florida, and he began playing football at American Heritage School located in Delray Beach, also in Florida.

14. Mark McMillian

  • Height: 5 feet 7 inches (170 cm)
  • Date of Birth: April 29, 1970
  • Age: 51 Years Old
  • Position: Cornerback
  • Teams: Philadelphia Eagles (1992 – 1995), New Orleans Saints (1996), Kansas City Chiefs (1997 – 1998), San Francisco 49ers (1999), and Washington Redskins (1999)

Mark McMillian’s nickname, Mighty Mouse, alluded to his size and performance as a professional footballer. As one of the smallest and shortest NFL players during his active days, the retired cornerback took pride in his size and was able to play for multiple teams in the eight seasons he spent in NFL. A native of Los, Angeles, California, Might Mouse schooled at Kennedy High School located in Granada Hills, California, but did not get to play football until his senior years.

Leaving high school, he furthered his education at Glendale Junior College and later transferred to the University of Alabama where he played college football for the Crimson Tide. At the 1992 NFL Draft, he was selected by the Philadelphia Eagles in the tenth round and he played for the team until 1995. He spent the following year with the New Orleans Saints and then played for the Kansas City Chiefs in 1997 and 1998. His first season with the Chiefs saw him lead the league in interception return yards. McMillian retired in 1999 with the Washington Redskins. Before this, he played for the San Francisco 49ers for a while.

15. Terron Ward

  • Height: 5 feet 7 inches (170 cm)
  • Date of Birth: February 15, 1992
  • Age: 51 Years Old
  • Position: Running Back
  • Teams: Atlanta Falcons (2015 – 2017), Arizona Hotshots (2019), Salt Lake Stallions (2019)

Terron Ward came from a football family; his younger brother T. J. Ward also played in the NFL as a strong safety for eight seasons. The running back played college football with the Oregon State Beavers that represent Oregon State University. He went undrafted in the 2015 NFL Draft but was later signed by the Atlanta Falcons. He played for the Falcons until 2017.

In 2019, he joined the Arizona Hotshots of the Alliance of American Football (AAF) league but was soon waived. In March of the same year, he moved on to another team in the league, the Salt Lake Stallions. But then, AAF packed up in April 2019 and nothing has been heard of Ward’s career since then.

16. Tommylee Lewis

  • Height: 5 feet 7 inches (170 cm)
  • Date of Birth: October 24, 1992
  • Age: 28 Years Old
  • Position: Wide Receiver and Return Specialist
  • Teams: Detroit Lions (2019), Carolina Panthers (2020), and [New Orleans Saints (2016 – 2018), (2020)]

Often described as an undersized wide receiver, Tommylee Lewis has had to struggle to have a professional career. The wide receiver was born in Palm Beach, Florida, and he attended multiple high schools. To the best of our knowledge, he eventually graduated from William T. Dwyer High School located in his hometown. While he was interested in playing college football, he only received a scholarship offer from Northern Illinois University to play for the Huskies and he didn’t take the opportunity lightly. Lewis put up an incredible performance as a junior and it earned him a spot on the First-team All-MAC. He, however, sustained an injury that kept him away for some games as a senior and it probably contributed to why he was not selected by any team at the 2016 NFL Draft.

But then, the New Orleans Saints signed him sometime in May of the same year and it marked the beginning of his professional career. He played with the team until 2019 when he joined the Detroit Lions but was soon released and drafted by the Dallas Renegades of the XFL in 2020. Lewis would rejoin the Saints in January 2020 only to move on with the Carolina Panthers in August of the same year and yet again return to the Saints for his third stint in October. His practice squad deal with the side ran out in January 2021 and he has been a free agent since then.

17. Taylor Gabriel

  • Height: 5 feet 7 inches (170 cm)
  • Date of Birth: February 17, 1991
  • Age: 30 Years Old
  • Position: Wide Receiver
  • Teams: Cleveland Browns (2014 – 2015), Atlanta Falcons (2016 – 2017), and Chicago Bears (2018 – 2019)

Taylor Gabriel announced his retirement from the NFL in April 2019; the last team he played for was the Chicago Bears and this was from 2018 to 2019. The Bears released him in February 2020 before the $26 million four-year contract he signed with them expired. His professional career began in 2014 when he was signed by the Cleveland Browns after going undrafted at the year’s draft. The Browns released him in September 2016 and it marked the beginning of the time he spent with the Atlanta Falcons.

Taylor might be one of the shortest players the NFL has ever seen, but his career was a productive one. He retired with a total of 228 receptions for 2860 receiving yards, in addition to 191 rushing yards and 15 touchdowns.

18. JoJo Natson

  • Height: 5 feet 7 inches (170 cm)
  • Date of Birth: February 1, 1994
  • Age: 27 Years Old
  • Position: Wide Receiver and Return Specialist
  • Teams: Indianapolis Colts (2017), New York Jets (2017), Los Angeles Rams (2018 – 2019), and [Cleveland Browns (2020 – present)]

Jojo’s birth name is Bruce Natson and he was born in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, where he attended Boyd H. Anderson High School. He is college-educated and played football for both the Akron Zips of the University of Akron and Utah State Aggies of the Utah State University. Jojo was not selected by any team in the 2017 NFL draft but was later signed by the Indianapolis Colts. He was waived before the year ran out and he joined the New York Jets.

In July 2018, he signed with the Los Angeles Rams, this was after the Jets waived him in April 2018. Yet again, the Rams waived JoJo in March 2020, and that same month he signed with the Cleveland Browns; it was a one-year contract valued at $1 million. In March 2021, he re-signed with the Browns and remains with the side.

19. Dalyn Dawkins

  • Height: 5 feet 7 inches (170 cm)
  • Date of Birth: December 26, 1994
  • Age: 26 Years Old
  • Position: Running Back
  • Teams: Tennessee Titans (2018 – 2019) and Detroit Lions (2020)

Dalyn Dawkins began his career as an undrafted free agent who was signed by the Tennessee Titans in May 2018. However, he did not get to play many games with the side until he was eventually waived in August 2020. In October 2020, the Detroit Lions came calling and signed him to their practice squad.

Like the Titans, the Lions kept releasing and re-signing the running back; he is currently a free agent. Dawkins played college football at Purdue University and high school football at Trinity High School located in St. Matthews, Kentucky, Louisiana. During his college career, he was named to second-team All-MWC, this was in 2017.

20. Eddie LeBaron

  • Height: 5 feet 7 inches (170 cm)
  • Date of Birth: January 7, 1930
  • Died On: April 1, 2015
  • Position: Quarterback
  • Teams: Washington Redskins (1952 – 1953), Calgary Stampeders (1954), Washington Redskins (1955 – 1959), Dallas Cowboys (1960 – 1963)

Eddie LeBaron retired in 1963 and passed in 2015, but the Korean War veteran is still remembered for his accomplishments as a professional footballer and for being one of the shortest NFL players of all time. The late quarterback’s career began in 1950 when he was drafted by the Washington Redskins in the tenth round and as the 123rd overall player selected. However, he only began playing in 1952 as he had to serve the United States Marien Corps in the Korean War just after he was drafted by the Redskins. He returned to the league after he was discharged for the wound he sustained in combat and emerged the NFL Rookie of the Year 1952. The Washington Redskins Ring of Famer was also a four-time Pro Bowler.

Recap of The List of The Top 20 Shortest NFL Players 

1. Jack Shapiro – Height: 5 feet 1 inch (155 cm)

2. Trindon Holliday – Height: 5 feet 5 inches (165 cm)

3. Jakeem Grant – Height: 5 feet 6 inches (168 cm)

4. Darren Sproles – Height: 5 feet 6 inches (168 cm)

5. Jacquizz Rodgers – Height: 5 feet 6 inches (168 cm)

6. Tarik Cohen – Height: 5 feet 6 inches (168 cm)

7. Deonte Harris – Height: 5 feet 6 inches (168 cm)

8. Boston Scott – Height: 5 feet 6 inches (168 cm)

9. J. J. Moses – Height: 5 feet 6 inches (168 cm)

10. Andrew Hawkins – Height: 5 feet 7 inches (170 cm)

11. Maurice Jones-Drew – Height: 5 feet 7 inches (170 cm)

12. Brandon Banks – Height: 5 feet 7 inches (170 cm)

13. Devin Singletary – Height: 5 feet 7 inches (170 cm)

14. Mark McMillian – Height: 5 feet 7 inches (170 cm)

15. Terron Ward – Height: 5 feet 7 inches (170 cm)

16. Tommylee Lewis – Height: 5 feet 7 inches (170 cm)

17. Taylor Gabriel – Height: 5 feet 7 inches (170 cm)

18. JoJo Natson – Height: 5 feet 7 inches (170 cm)

19. Dalyn Dawkins – Height: 5 feet 7 inches (170 cm)

20. Eddie LeBaron – Height: 5 feet 7 inches (170 cm)

Chinedu Ndubueze
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