Youth Football Online All-Star Selection- WR/SS Kamren Curl

Kamren Curl All Star

Name: Kamren Curl

Team: Muskogee Rougher Youth Football

Conference: Indian Nation Football Conference (Muskogee, Oklahoma)

Age: 12

Position: Quarterback, Running back, Linebacker, Safety

Favorite NFL player: Adrian Peterson

Favorite College Team: Oklahoma Sooners

Future Goals:  Obtain a solid education, become a NFL player

Offense: Shotgun/Spread

Favorite play:  “Florida”- Flood to the right side of the field, with a single split end to the left.

Favorite class: Gym

Meet Youth Football Online’s All-Star selection Kamren Curl.  Football dominance, solid character and education excellence are traits that we look for and we found them with our latest All-Star selection.

Kamren has been playing the game of football since he was 6 years old. He started his youth football career as a running back; he now plays quarterback in a spread offensive scheme. He has a remarkably strong arm- he can really throw the ball. What impresses me most about Kamren’s QB play is his patience on passing plays. Kamren always keeps head focused downfield as he avoids defenders and zips strong, accurate passes.

Kamren’s talents and accomplishments don’t end at the football field.  He fully excels in the classroom as a perennial honor roll student.  During our interview discussion Kamren’s dad, Coach Greg, said “If you do well in school, then you can go to a great college”.  It’s clear that Kamren is on the right path to future scholastic success. In December, he’ll be participating in an academic all-american football game in Arizona.

Kamren is one of the best 12 year old athletes I have ever seen in youth football. He can make things happen with his legs, as well as throwing the ball. He fits really well into the spread offense, really taking it to the next level. Kamren is a defensive coordinator’s nightmare because he knows how to use the shotgun to its fullest potential.

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Kamren also plays well on defense. He racks up numerous tackles a game, at both linebacker and safety positions.  I would think twice about throwing anywhere near Kamren Curl. The way he goes up and attacks the ball at its highest point is impressive. He does that both playing youth football receiver and defensive back.

Kamren’s hobbies include playing baseball and basketball. He works on his speed and agility with Velocity Sports PerformanceHere’s a picture at the 360 Combine:

Kamren Curl 360 Combine

When it comes to character, Kamren speaks with respect and humility and seems very coachable. He’s the type of kid that is always looking to learn.  He plays the game of football hard, game in and game out. His on-field highlights speak for themselves, check out Kamren on youtube:

Kamren, keep striving forward to reach your goals. The sky is the limit for your talent. Youth Football Online thanks Kamren and his dad Greg for spending time with us. Congratulations on being selected as an YouthFootballOnline.com All-Star.

If you would like to nominate an outstanding youth football athlete to be on our All-Star squad please contact us.

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