The world-known quarterback sat down with Vogue senior features editor Taylor Antrim for a profile in the fashion magazine’s October issue to talk about more than just football. Line up, ladies! Tim Tebow has revealed what he looks for in a woman.
The handsome 25-year-old New York Jets player revealed all his top requirements for his lady as he poses shirtless for the magazine all whilst using his stunning muscles to push a huge truck tire, reports The Daily Mail.
In the interview, the sportsmen highlighted there is no Mrs. Tebow on the horizon, admitting that he is picky when it comes to women.
“I’ve been blessed to have an amazing mom and two amazing sisters—so they set a very high standard,” he said.
“Obviously looks play a big part. Being attracted to someone plays a big part, but there’s also so much more than that for me. It’s about finding someone sweet and kind—and that has a servant’s heart,’ he told the fashion bible.”
He continued: “It’s about finding a girl who likes me for me, and not because of what I do or who I am or the name.”
He went on, adding that the next Mrs. Tebow must be keen for kids, as the NFL star opened up that he can’t wait to be a dad: “I definitely, definitely want a family,” he said in the interview.
Which is more, plenty of reports claimed reality TV star Kim Kardashian was interested Tebow, stating that she had a “huge crush” on him and had been attempting to make him her new man.
The quarterback also discussed his prospects for the future, saying that he wants to continue using his fame to draw attention to his Tim Tebow Foundation, an outreach programs to hospitals and orphanages here and abroad.
He didn’t hide his plans to go into politics one day: “There are a lot of goals and ambitions that I have in life, things I want to accomplish. Who knows? I mean—it could be politics one day. I want to have a life that can help people.”
Tebow, who was a Heisman Trophy winner at the University of Florida, has drawn plenty of publis attention with his devout Evangelical religious faith and thanking his ‘lord and saviour Jesus Christ’ after victories.
He has also made headlines by criticising stars of every sport for not being a good example to young fans.
“Last time I said it, I got a lot of flak for it, but I don’t care. There are a lot of role models. There just aren’t a lot of good ones,” he said at the time.
“To me, that’s so frustrating because you have in today’s society so many famous athletes in baseball and basketball and football and golf, every sport there is.”
He added: “If we come together to be great role models it would be amazing to see how the next generation turns out.”