Football long snapper Camaron Cheeseman plays for the Washington Commanders of the National Football League. He is 108 kg and 1.93 m tall. He participated in Lincoln High School’s football team. As soon as he graduated from high school, 247Sports.com gave him a three-star recruit rating. He committed to attending Michigan in December 2015.
During his time as a Michigan student, he played football for the Michigan Wolverines. As a freshman in 2016, he did not play on the field. In his sophomore season of 2017, he took part in 13 games as a long snapper for field goals and punts, however he only snapped punts in one game.
In September 2017, at the Advocare Classic, he made his collegiate debut and his first start of his career. He played on special teams in each of the 13 games he participated in as a junior in 2018, earning his second varsity letter and being named Academic All-Big Ten.
His performance against Middle Tennessee State in August earned him the title of Special Teams Player of the Week, and as a senior in 2019, he played and long snapped in all 13 games to win his third varsity letter. Over the course of his college career, he participated in 39 games. In the sixth round of the 2021 NFL Draft, Cheeseman was chosen by the Washington Commanders Football Team. In May 2021, he agreed to a rookie deal.
How Much Does Camaron Cheeseman Make?
Camaron Cheeseman makes a base salary of $825,000 from the Commanders.