DITR: RB Kayden Andoh, Holy Cross High School (New Orleans, Louisiana)

Kayden Andoh is a 5’10, 180lb running back who plays for Holy Cross High School in New Orleans, Louisiana, in the class of 2025. When watching Kayden play, you notice how patient and shifty he is hitting his holes. Kayden finished the season with 98 carries for 715 rushing yards, averaging 6.8 yards per carry. Not to mention, he also made All-District. He can stay up from good contact with the defenders, with great breakaway speed. When he hits the hole, it’s almost impossible to bring him down. This kid’s future is bright, and you should watch his upcoming season.

What are some things you have overcome in life?

“I overcome always being look over and always have to do the extra to be recognize.”

What are your biggest accomplishments?

“Making All-District.”

What player do you compare yourself to and why?

“Bucky Irving I said this because I feel like I get shifty to get in open space and have amazing vision,I can go to slot to run routes.”

What are your plans once you’re done with football and why?

“after football I would like to have my on business, I would want this because i want to manage anything I do.”

What are some goals you have for yourself, and your team next season?

“I want to earn a division one offer before my senior year and my team is to  be  better then last year football team and also to win State.”

What do you like about the sport of football and how is it significant to you?

“I love football because it give me a opportunity to put my family in a better place.”

What is an interesting fact about you outside of football?

“I play basketball and run track.”

what is your dream school?

“USC or Oregon.”

what position do you enjoy playing the most and why?

“I enjoy playing RB,WR.”

What are some ways your coaches have helped you?

“my coaches help me by motivating me to be better then yesterday.”

What colleges have you received any interest from ?

“I have interest from Nichols, LAtech, Samford, Air force, ULL, Tulane, and Southeastern