For the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League, professional football player Kelvin Joseph plays cornerback. He is 1.82 m tall and 89 kg in weight. For the Scotlandville Magnet High School team, he was a football player. As a junior, he made 67 tackles, broke up 12 passes, and intercepted 3 balls.
He also made history at Scotlandville by becoming the first player ever to be selected for the U.S. Army All-American Game. He was twice chosen for the first team 5A All-State and twice chosen for the Baton Rouge Advocate All-Metro Team. He graduated from high school as one of the finest defensive backs in the class of 2018.
He participated in collegiate football with the LSU Tigers at Louisiana State University. He played in 11 games as a freshman, recording 12 tackles and 1 pass breakup. The next year, he applied to transfer to the University of Kentucky through the transfer site. He missed the whole 2019 season due to NCAA transfer rules.
Prior to opting out of the regular-season finale against South Carolina in 2020, he made nine starts as a sophomore. By the time it was over, he had 25 tackles, four interceptions, a PBU, and a tackle for loss. He took part in 20 collegiate games, nine at UK and eleven at LSU. In the second round of the 2021 NFL Draft, Joseph was selected by the Dallas Cowboys.
Where Is Kelvin Joseph From?
Kelvin Joseph is from Baton Rouge, a city in Louisiana in the United States of America.