Rhett Ellison, is a former American football tight end and fullback who played eight seasons in the National Football League (NFL).
Rhett played college football at USC and was drafted by the Minnesota Vikings in the fourth round of the 2012 NFL Draft until transferring to the New York Giants in 2017.
Ellison is of partial Māori, specifically Ngāi Tahu, descent and is the grandnephew of the first captain of the All Blacks, Thomas Ellison, who led New Zealand on their first tour to Australia in 1893.
Now, full-time husband, father, and follower of Christ Rhett looks for ways to serve the community with the gifts God has given him. Bolstered with his experience playing 8 years in the NFL Rhett speaks with authority towards what it looks like to thrive best within a team and what it takes to be a great teammate.