March 28, 2023

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DITR: Tramon Douglas II

Tramon Douglas II is a 5’11, 170-pound wide receiver out of Woodlawn High school located in Baton Rouge, LA. This class 2023 prospect makes his mark with his speed and agility on the field. Coming off the 2021 football season, he was part of the All-District champions with Woodlawn Football. With a GPA of 3.3, Tramon is always wanting to learn as much as he can whether it be on the field or in the classroom. He is excited to keep pushing himself, learning about the game of football and is ready to make his mark in the world of football.

When did you start playing football?

I started playing football at the age of eight years old. Growing up my father coached me and then my family put me in the South Louisiana youth football league (Slyfa).

Did you play any other sports growing up?

Besides football, I also ran track. I have run in the 100, 200, and 400 yards as well as the four-by-four events.

Have you always played your position or did you play any other positions?

When I was younger I actually played defensive end, but growing up my dad really wanted to me learn about all of the different positions. That was what led me to really love the wide receiver position.

Who would you say some of your biggest influences are?

Besides my dad, my mother as well. She has always pushed me to become the best version of myself. Also to note my coach at Woodlawn, coach Randall. He has been there since the beginning and has also taught me so much about what I know about the game of football.

Who would you say your favorite NFL player is, or who would you like to model your game after?

Ja’Marr Chase. Whenever I have free time I like to watch and study how he plays. The way he moves and the plays he makes I try and do the same.

What has been your football career’s highlight/biggest accomplishment so far?

Freshman year being able to play on the varsity team right when I got into high school. Not many freshmen get to play at that varsity level so being able to play was exciting and helped me grow as a player.

What motivates you to get out and practice every day?

The constant dream of playing football professionally. Keeping that goal in mind is what drives me to want to play the best I can each and every day.

What do you feel are your biggest strengths on the football field?

My biggest strength on the field is my speed as well as my ability to get open and make plays when needed.

What would be your cleats my cause?

Cancer. One of my family members passed away from cancer and being able to help bring awareness to it would be my way of honoring not just my family member but all of those who have been affected by cancer.

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