In a matter of only a couple of seasons playing varsity football, the Livingston Collegiate Academy Wolves have emerged as a playoff team. The job that Devon Francois has done in only a short turnaround in varsity action has been nothing short of spectacular, but it also the buy in from senior players like linebacker Kemmon Johnson, who is coming off an All-District season with 92 tackles and a whopping 20 tackles for loss, that makes it possible. Kemmon made his presence well known living in opposing backfields this season as he is a slippery player to put a blocker on and he also has a great get off as well for him to get in the backfield. Although not the biggest player at 6’0, 185, Kemmon makes up for it with his timing, toughness, and quickness. Kemmon will get the opportunity to showcase his skills in the Gridiron Football All-American Bowl Game at the end of the month.
“I was kind of shocked that I had gotten this opportunity to be able to play in the bowl game. I was lost for words, but I really wanted to thank my whole Livingston football team and Coach Fran and the coaching staff for pushing me everyday at practice to get better. For me to be able to play in this bowl game means a lot. I get to play against some of the best players across the country and compete with them in front of college coaches.”Livington Collegiate Academy LB Kemmon Johnson
Join Kemmon on Dec 30th in Orange Beach, Alabama at the Orange Beach Sportsplex for a 5pm kickoff.
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