Football player Kelvin Joseph plays cornerback for the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League. He weighs 89 kg, and his height is 1.82 meters. For Scotlandville Magnet High School, he played football. He completed 67 tackles, 12 pass breakups, and three interceptions as a junior.
He was also chosen to participate in the U.S. Army All-American Game, a first for Scotlandville. He was selected twice for the first team of the 5A All-State and the Baton Rouge Advocate All-Metro teams. He was one of the top defensive backs for the class of 2018 out of high school.
He was an LSU Tigers football player who attended Louisiana State University. He played in 11 games as a freshman and recorded 12 tackles and 1 pass breakup. The next year, for the University of Kentucky, he joined the transfer portal. He didn’t play in any games in 2019 because of NCAA transfer rules. Prior to skipping the regular-season finale against South Carolina in 2020 as a sophomore, he made nine starts that year.
By the time the game was through, he had made a total of 25 tackles, four interceptions, a PBU, and a tackle for loss. At LSU, he played in 11 games, and at UK, he played in 9, totaling 20 collegiate competitions. During the 2021 NFL Draft’s second round, the Dallas Cowboys selected Joseph.
How Many Siblings Does Kelvin Joseph Have?
Kelvin Joseph has three siblings. They are Nakia, Keristyn, and Akeira.