Camaron Cheeseman is a long snapper for the Washington Commanders of the National Football League.
While there, he participated in football for the Lincoln High School team. When he graduated from high school, 247Sports.com gave him a three-star prospect rating. He committed to attend Michigan University in December 2015.
He played collegiate football for the Michigan Wolverines there. In his first year, 2016, he didn’t take part in any athletic events. He was a long snapper for field goals and punts in 13 games as a sophomore in 2017, however, he only snapped for punts in one of those games.
He made his collegiate debut and the first start of his professional career in the Advocare Classic in September 2017. As a junior in 2018, he played special teams in all 13 games, earned his second varsity letter, and was recognized as Academic All-Big Ten. He participated in all 13 of the games as a senior in 2019 and long snapped to win his third varsity letter.
He was selected Special Teams Player of the Week for his efforts against Middle Tennessee State in August. Over the course of his college career, he took part in 39 different games.
When Was Camaron Cheeseman Drafted?
Cheeseman was chosen by the Washington Commanders football team in the sixth round of the 2021 NFL Draft. He signed a four-year rookie deal in May 2021.