Had a part in the movie Sharknado 3, playing the role of a TV reporter stationed in front of the White House.
Drafted by Washington in the 6th round (193rd overall) of the 2012 NFL Draft, Compton was the first player from the University of South Dakota to be drafted since 1990 (RB David Elle).
In an effort to give back to the community, Compton donated $75,000 to Hope Fieldhouse in his hometown of Rosemount, MN, a community center seeking to enhance and enrich the lives of children and their families within the community by providing a quality athletic facility that is purposeful, safe and fun. His donation helped contribute to the funding needed to complete the athletic center. "The first I heard about it was from my friend growing up," Compton said in April of 2019. "He reached out to me about what they were trying to get done and as soon as he told me about it, I was immediately intrigued and wanted to help out as much as I could because I think it's a great idea. I feel like that's been a need in Rosemount for a long time. Just having enough field space for youth sports is huge and especially with our weather here, having something indoors is always nice. It just made sense."
During the 2019 holiday season, Compton and his teammates, in conjunction with the NYPD, spent an evening at Dick's Sporting Goods in East Hanover, NJ to provide a shopping spree for children from Brooklyn. The players and NYPD officers spent the night picking out gifts and spending time with the children.
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