ALVIN KAMARA’S NFL CAREER Alvin Kamara was named the top high school football player in the state of Georgia in his senior year of high school. Adept at both rushing and catching the football, he was an all-purpose running back, resulting in many top colleges heavily recruiting him. After sitting out his freshman year at the University of Alabama due to injury, Kamara encountered some problems that caused him to leave after one year. He transferred and played one year at Hutchinson Community College in Kansas before finishing his college career with two seasons at the University of Tennessee. Kamara was then selected by the New Orleans Saints in the third round of the 2017 NFL (National Football League) draft, behind four other running backs. However, in just two years in the league, Kamara performed as well as or better than those four running backs did, avoiding injuries and playing in four postseason games and two Pro Bowls.
Chapter 1: Greatest Moments
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