Kicker Harrison Butker '13 and the Kansas City Chiefs will face the San Francisco Giants in Super Bowl LIV.
Harrison has had a stellar career with the Chiefs since joining the team in 2017. This season to date, he has scored 147 points, breaking his own franchise record from 2017 for most points scored by a kicker.
Harrison earned AFC special teams Player of the Week honors during Week 9 of the season and also earned AFC special teams Player of the Month for November.
The Super Bowl will be played in Miami on February 2 and will be aired on FOX.
In 2018, Harrison was inducted into Westminster's Breithaupt Athletic Hall of Fame for his athletic achievements in soccer, basketball, and soccer.
From the induction ceremony:
On the soccer field, he led the Wildcats to GHSA state championships in 2011, 2012, and 2013. During his senior year, he led the team in scoring—as a defender—and was named the team’s Most Valuable Player. On the basketball court, Harrison was a strong all-around player whose versatility and leadership helped lead team to the GHSA state tournament in 2013. Harrison emerged as one of the nation’s premier kickers as a member of the Westminster football team. Over his career, Harrison was 41 of 43 for point-after attempts and 28 of 38 in field goal attempts. He averaged 42 yards per punt over 76 punts. During his senior season, he held a perfect point-after record (12 of 12), kicked 39 touchbacks on 42 kickoffs, and scored 12 field goals in 20 attempts. After his senior season, Harrison was named a MaxPreps All-American and was ESPN’s third-ranked high school kicker. The two-sport team captain was also honored with the prestigious Senior Athlete Award for his significant contributions to Westminster athletics. After graduation from Westminster, Harrison was a kicker for Georgia Tech. He currently plays in the National Football League for the Kansas City Chiefs.