Before he started playing for the Washington Commanders of the National Football League (NFL), Kamren Curl played college football at Arkansas and was drafted by Washington in the seventh round of the 2020 NFL Draft.
Curl is an American football strong safety for his team. He was a Muskogee High School student. Curl was a three-star prospect who chose Arkansas over offers from Baylor, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Texas, TCU, and Texas Tech.
He made 12 starts at cornerback as a true freshman there before transitioning to safety for his sophomore campaign, recording 53 tackles and five pass breakups in 11 games. Curl had 76 tackles, two interceptions, and two sacks as a junior.
The Washington Redskins selected Curl in the seventh round of the 2020 NFL Draft (216th overall). On July 22, 2020, he agreed to a four-year rookie contract. Curl replaced Landon Collins as the starting strong safety after Collins’ season-ending injury in Week 8.
Curl led the club with 11 tackles the next week against the New York Giants, and he also registered his first career sack. In a Week 14 game against the San Francisco 49ers, he made his first career interception, which he also returned 76 yards for a score. He had 3 interceptions, 88 tackles, 2 quarterback sacks, and 4 passes defended by the time the season was over.
Curl popped the ball loose from Tampa Bay Buccaneers receiver Jaelon Darden in the 2021 Week 10 victory, and cornerback William Jackson III intercepted it.
When Curl was added to the team’s COVID-19 reserve list on December 16, 2021, he was compelled to miss Week 15’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles. On December 24, he was added back to the active roster.
Where Did Kamren Curl Attend College?
He played college football at Arkansas.
Where Did Kamren Curl Attend High School?
He attended Muskogee High School.