Nelson Wyatt

Nelson Wyatt is a professional rodeo contestant from Clanton, Alabama, who has made a name for himself in the world of team roping. As a header, Wyatt has achieved significant success in his career, including winning the 2017 Team Roping Header Rookie of the Year and qualifying for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo twice. With a strong work ethic and dedication to his craft, Wyatt has become a respected figure in the rodeo community.

Here you can follow Nelson Wyatt’s net worth, career earnings, professional career, achievements, relationship status, and more.

About Nelson Wyatt

Nelson Wyatt was born in Clanton, Alabama, and attended Chilton County High School, where he competed in calf roping, team roping, and steer wrestling.

Wyatt continued his rodeo career at the University of West Alabama, where he earned a teaching degree in physical education.

In college, he competed in tie-down roping and steer wrestling, in addition to team roping, which led to him earning the 2017 all-around Resistol Rookie of the Year title.

Early Career

Wyatt began his professional rodeo career in 2016 when he joined the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA).

He quickly made a name for himself in the team roping event, earning the 2017 Team Roping Header Rookie of the Year title. Wyatt’s early success in the sport laid the foundation for his future accomplishments in the rodeo arena.

Professional Career

Throughout his professional career, Wyatt has consistently performed well in team roping events. Some of his major regular-season wins include the Texas Circuit Finals, San Antonio Rodeo, Rodeo Houston, Greeley Stampede, Cody Stampede, NFR Open at Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo, and Ogden Pioneer Days. 

As of November 2023, Wyatt ranks third in the world standings for team roping headers, with earnings of $145,083.21.

Nelson Wyatt’s Net Worth in 2023

As of 2023, Nelson Wyatt’s net worth is estimated to be $1 million.

Career Earnings

Nelson Wyatt is a professional rodeo contestant who has had a successful career in team roping. He joined the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) in 2016.

His career earnings as of 2022 were $437,980.  In 2020, he earned over $166,000 in a season. In 2022, his earnings were $44,661, and in 2023, he had already earned $144,134.31 by November.

Wyatt has had several significant wins throughout his career. In 2023, he won the NFR Open with his partner, Tyler Worley, earning a total of $24,724.

This win moved him into the #2 position in the World PRCA Standings. He also had a successful season in 2023, with regular-season earnings of $145,083.

Wyatt’s earnings have been boosted by several major wins, including the Texas Circuit Finals, where he won $8,974, the San Antonio Rodeo, where he won $14,500, and Rodeo Houston, where he won $26,000. 

He also won significant amounts at other rodeos, including the Greeley (Colorado) Stampede, the Cody (Wyoming) Stampede, the NFR Open at Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo (Colorado Springs), and the Ogden (Utah) Pioneer Days.

YearEarningsMajor Wins
2020Over $166,000Not available
2022$44,661Not available
2023 (until November)$144,134.31NFR Open ($24,724), Texas Circuit Finals ($8,974), San Antonio Rodeo ($14,500), Rodeo Houston ($26,000)

Personal Details

Full Name Nelson Wyatt
Date of Birth1990
BirthplaceClanton, Alabama
HeightNot available
Height 6 ft 0 in
Weight 210 lb
EducationChilton County High School, University of West Alabama
Professional Debut2016
Net Worth $1 million 
Relationship StatusSingle/Unknown 


Nelson Wyatt doesn’t have any girlfriends. He appears to be single.

How Old is Nelson Wyatt?

Nelson Wyatt is 30 years old.

How tall is he?

He is 6 ft 0 in tall.

What is his nationality?

He is American.

FAQs About Nelson Wyatt

What is Nelson Wyatt’s primary rodeo event?

Nelson Wyatt is a team-roping header.

What is his weight?

His weight is 210 lb.

What is his current world ranking in team roping headers?

As of November 2023, he is third in the world standings for team roping headers.

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