Hank Baskett completed the high school level education from the Clovis High School with the GPA 4.0. During his high school, Basket took training of football, basketball, and track. Moreover, he held a state-record leap of 2.1 m in the high jump at the 2000 track meet in Albuquerque as well as in football; Baskett was an all-state selection as both a punter and a wide receiver.
Further, he attended the University of New Mexico, as a football player for the year 2004 and 2005. During his career in his University, he received the "Resse Leroy Hill Memorial Award" as the team’s Offensive Player, All-Mountain West Conference honors as a senior, nine touchdowns and posting 67 receptions for 1,071 yards.
Baskett pursued his career professionally with the Minnesota Vikings as a rookie undrafted free agent and further traded to the Philadelphia Eagles. In Philadelphia Eagles, he played 48 games and made total 72 receptions, and 112 targets.
In 2009, he signed with Indianapolis Colts where he played altogether 12 games and made receptions of five. After a year in Indianapolis Colts, he signed with Minnesota Vikings where he appeared in six games and made four targets and one reception.
Accounting his personal life, Baskett is a married man. He married his girlfriend, Kendra Wilkinson, a model at the Playboy Mansion. Now the couple is blessed with two children, Alijah Mary and Henry Randall “Hank” Baskett and living a very good life together.
As of 2017, Hank has an estimated net worth of $6.5 million. He collects a large amount as a professional footballer.