Skylar Mays 2023 – Net Worth, Contract Details, Salary and Bio


Skylar Mays is a 25-year-old point guard/ shooting guard for the Capitanes de Ciudad de Mexico. Here is everything you know about his net worth, records, endorsements, personal life and career.

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Skylar Mays Facts

Birth PlaceBaton Rouge, Louisiana
Father’s NameStan Mays Sr.
Mother’s NameShannon Mays
Star SignVirgo
CollegeLouisiana State University
Net Worth$ 5 million
Salary$ 1,836,090
Date of BirthSeptember 5, 1997
Height6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)
Weight205 lb (93 kg)
NBA Draft Year2020
NBA Draft PickRound: 2 / Pick: 50th Overall
Playing Career2020 – Present
PositionPoint guard/shooting guard
Teams2020–2022 Atlanta Hawks
2021–2022 →College Park Skyhawks
2022–2023 Delaware Blue Coats
2023–present Capitanes de Ciudad de México
AchievementsFirst-team All-SEC (2020)
Second-team All-SEC (2019)
Academic All-American of the Year (2020)
2x First-team Academic All-American (2019, 2020)
Second-team Academic All-American (2018)

Skylar Mays is a 25-year-old point guard/shooting guard for the Capitanes de Ciudad de Mexico. He completed his early education in two different places, where his passion for basketball started. Later he joined Lousiana State University and from there he entered the NBA in 2020. The  Atlanta Hawks signed him during the 2020 NBA draft. This article will explore his contract details, net worth, personal life and career.

Skylar Mays Career

Rising basketball star, Mays, has had a journey filled with hard work, dedication, and perseverance. Born and raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, he discovered his love for basketball at a young age and started playing on the varsity team in eighth grade. His talent was soon recognized as he was named first-team All-State in his sophomore and junior years and helped lead his team to consecutive state championships.

Mays transferred to Findlay Prep in Nevada for his senior year and played his heart out, averaging 10.9 points, 5.3 assists, 3.0 rebounds, and 2.7 steals per game. This impressive performance caught the eye of several top college basketball programs, and he committed to Louisiana State University (LSU) as a sophomore. However, he later re-opened his recruitment before eventually recommitting to LSU after considering offers from several top schools such as Baylor, UNLV, Oklahoma State, Memphis, California, and Stanford.

Mays quickly established himself as a key player for the LSU Tigers, becoming the starting point guard in his freshman year. He continued to shine, improving his stats each season, and was named second-team All-Southeastern Conference (SEC) in his junior year. He also achieved the prestigious honor of being named the SEC’s scholar-athlete of the year twice.

Mays declared in the 2019 NBA draft but ultimately decided to return to LSU for his senior year. He was named preseason first-team All-SEC and was recognized as one of the top collegiate basketball players. He had several impressive games, scoring a career-high 30 points twice and was named the Academic All-American of the Year.

Mays was selected by the Atlanta Hawks in the 2020 NBA draft and signed a two-way contract with the team. He split his time between the Hawks and their G League affiliate, the College Park Skyhawks. Mays made a considerable impact in his first NBA game, scoring a career-high 20 points, cutting a 45-point deficit to just 11 in the second half.

In the 2021 NBA summer league, Mays played for the Hawks and had a solid performance, scoring 13 points in 30 minutes. He signed a second two-way contract with the Hawks which was later converted to a standard NBA contract. On November 4, 2022, he was named to the opening night roster for the Delaware Blue Coats. On February 4, 2023, he was traded to the Capitanes de Ciudad de México, where he continues to showcase his skills and make a name for himself in basketball.

Skylar Mays Achievements

First-team All-SEC (2020)
Second-team All-SEC (2019)
Academic All-American of the Year (2020)
2x First-team Academic All-American (2019, 2020)
Second-team Academic All-American (2018)

Skylar Mays Net worth and Salary

Current Contract:1 yr(s) / $1,836,090
Average Salary$1,836,090
Guaranteed at Signing$ NA
Signed UsingFree agent/ Bird
Free Agent:2024 / UFA

The young gun at the age of 25 is donning the Capitanes de Ciudad de México jersey as a dual position player as a Shooting Guard and a Small Forward. He signed a one-year deal with the team worth $1.8 million. This translates to an annual average salary of approximately $1.8 million. He will become a free agent in 2023, so it remains to be seen if he will continue playing with the Hawks or move on to a new team. His career has just begun and he has much room for growth. As of 2023, his estimated net worth stands at $ 5 million. The future holds much promise for this up-and-coming player, let’s keep an eye out for where his journey takes him.

Skylar Mays Personal Life

He has kept his personal life out from the eyes of the media and not much of it is available. As of 2023, he is considered to be single and not dating anyone at the moment. Hope he finds his love of life soon.

Skylar Mays Endorsements

He made his professional basketball debut in 2020 and has only been playing in the NBA for just over two years. It can be challenging for young players like Mays to secure endorsement deals, but it will take notable achievements on the court to gain the attention of media and brands.

FAQs on Skylar Mays

(Q) What is the net worth of Skylar Mays?
His net worth is estimated at about $ 5 million.
(Q) When was Skylar Mays drafted?
He was drafted in 2020 by the Atlanta Hawks.
(Q) How old is Skylar Mays?
He is 25 years old, born on September 5, 1997.
(Q) How tall is Skylar Mays?
He is 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m).
(Q) How much is Skylar Mays’ weight?
He is 205 lb (93 kg).
(Q) At which position does Skylar Mays play?
He is a Point guard/ shooting guard.
(Q) Is Skylar Mays married?
No, he is single and not dating anyone at the moment.

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