Q & A with 4-star UNC Commit Kamarro Edmonds

Q & A with 4-star UNC Commit Kamarro Edmonds

Running Backs are a position football teams are always on the look for,  and Kamarro Edmonds, a junior at Havelock High School,  is a very special pick up for North Carolina. He got offers from many great schools, including Virginia Tech, UCF, Tennessee, Missouri, Maryland, and the defending national champs, LSU. Edmonds is already on ESPN’s Top 300 list as well as being in the top 150 players in the nation for 247Sports. He should easily be able to get higher on that list with a great senior season.  Some schools have expressed interest in him as a defensive back, instead of running back. 

Havelock High School has had its fair share of great recruits in the past, one being Carolina Panthers newly-acquired wide receiver Pharoh Cooper.  In Edmonds’ junior season, he rushed for just over 1,400 yards with 17 touchdowns.
Edmonds could be compared to Giants’ great, Tiki Barber.  Edmonds’ pure power and shiftiness reminds one of how Barber played with the Giants.   Overall, Edmonds has had a great high school run, and I believe he is one of the top players in the 2021 recruiting class.

 

Q: Even though you had some big-name offers, is it the hometown feeling that made you decide UNC?

A: Yes, I felt like I would be able to put on for NC and be close to family so that they could make my games.

 

Q: You’ll get the chance to play D1 football. What excites you most about that?

A: I’ll get to play against the best players, and show my talent against the best.

 

Q: During this Coronavirus outbreak, it has been hard on athletes. What have you done to keep in shape?

A: I have my own lifting set in my garage, so I’ve been in there doing bench and squat, and

power clean and curls and stuff. I also have a field I go to for footwork and agility.

 

Q: When you are at UNC, you will get to play with some top talent players. Is there anyone on the team that you are excited to play with?

A: I’m excited about all the 2021 players committed to UNC.

 

Q: What would you say your biggest asset to UNC is going to be?

A: Being a leader on the team and helping UNC get wins and a championship.

 

Q: You’re getting to live every kid’s dream. What do you have to say to a kid trying to go an extra step?

A: Just stay on top of your grades and stay on top of your grind and be a leader.

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