For the Washington Commanders of the National Football League, Camaron Cheeseman plays long snapper professionally. He is 108 kg and 1.93 m tall. He played football while a student at Lincoln High School. He was a three-star recruit out of high school according to 247Sports.com. In December 2015, he made a commitment to the University of Michigan.
He participated in college football with the Michigan Wolverines at Michigan. In 2016, he did not participate in any games as a freshman. He participated in 13 games as a long snapper for field goals and punts as a sophomore in 2017, but only snapped for punts in one of those games.
He made his collegiate debut and his first career start in the Advocare Classic in September 2017. He earned his second varsity letter and was awarded Academic All-Big Ten in 2018 as a junior by playing on special teams in each of the 13 games he took part in. He was named the Special Teams Player of the Week for his performance against Middle Tennessee State in August.
As a senior in 2019, he played and long snapped in all 13 games to earn his third varsity letter. He took part in 39 games throughout his time in college. The Washington Commanders football team selected Cheeseman in the sixth round of the 2021 NFL Draft.
How Old Is Camaron Cheeseman?
Camaron Cheeseman was born on April 26, 1998. This makes him 24 years old now.