The professional long snapper for the National Football League’s Washington Commanders is named Camaron Cheeseman. He is 1.93 m tall and 108 kg in weight. He played football for the Lincoln High School squad while there. He was rated as a three-star prospect by 247Sports.com right out of high school. In December 2015, he made his university commitment to Michigan.
He participated in collegiate football at Michigan for the Michigan Wolverines. He didn’t participate in any games as a freshman in 2016. He participated in 13 games as a sophomore in 2017 as a long snapper for field goals and punts, and he snapped for just punts in one game.
His first career start and collegiate debut both occurred at the Advocare Classic in September 2017. He earned his second varsity letter and was selected Academic All-Big Ten in 2018 as a junior by taking part in special teams in all 13 of the games he attended. In August, his performance against Middle Tennessee State earned him the Special Teams Player of the Week award.
As a senior in 2019, he played and long snapped in all 13 games to earn his third varsity letter. 39 games were played by him during his college career. During the sixth round of the 2021 NFL Draft, the Washington Commanders Football Team selected Cheeseman.
How Tall Is Camaron Cheeseman?
Camaron Cheeseman is 1.93 meters tall.