This young football talent has spellbound people with his tackles and even got featured on CNN last year.
Isn’t it amazing to learn about all those people who exude a different level of brilliance and passion when it comes to their chosen industries and fields? The world today is driven by innumerable such talented beings who have shown what it takes to excel at one’s niche and take those fields to the next level. The world of sports is also one such place that has welcomed many such talented beings, especially when it comes to the game of football. We came across one such high-performing and passionate football player named Jonquall Carrothers, who achieved immense recognition and accolades as a young athlete with his exceptional tackles in the sport backed by passion.
Who is Jonquall Carrothers, you ask? This youngster hails from Memphis, TN, the US and was born in 1997. From the very beginning, he confesses that if anything that attracted his attention the most, it was all things football. The kind of inclination he felt towards the sport led him to start his football career at an early age at MTSU. Due to the many coaching changes, Jonqually Carrothers then transferred to Cumberland University as a defensive back and later got transitioned as an LB.
Little did he know that his innate skills and talents would make him a star linebacker in the Mid- South conference racking up 119 tackles. Jonquall soon got graduated and transferred to Campbellsville University as a Grad Transfer linebacker. What’s amazing to learn about this young football talent is that his achievements have been such that he had even been recognized by CNN last year.
The Cumberland football player got featured on CNN’s special report titled “America On Hold: We All Have a Story”, covered by Demetrius Pipkin. They mentioned how Jonquall finished his final season of collegiate football and ranked second on the team with a massive 52 total tackles.
He has so far earned multiple accolades, including First Team NCCAA All American, First Team All Mid-South Conference, becoming an NCCAA Scholar Athlete, ranking 3rd as LineBacker Nationally in tackles, amongst many other achievements.