Kenyon Green was born on the 15th day of March 2001 in Humble, Texas. He is an American football offensive tackle and played college football at Texas A&M.
Kenyon Green Early life And High School:
Green was raised in Humble, Texas, where he attended Atascocita High School. His raw talent in football earned him a rated a five-star recruit rating.
During his sophomore year, Green originally committed to play college football at LSU. However, he later de-committed as a junior to ultimately enrol at Texas A&M.
In his freshman season, Green played as Texas A&M’s starting right guard. He was named to the Southeastern Conference All-Freshman Team after starting all 13 games for the team.
Green later switched to the left guard position in his sophomore years and started all 9 of the Aggies’ games. He earned the first-team All-American honours from Sporting News and the Football Writers Association of America.
For the 2021 season, yet again, switched to the offensive tackle position. He continued to win many more accolades as he advances his career in college football.
Do you know?… Green was also a finalist for the Lombardi Award, which went to Aidan Hutchinson of Michigan in the end. He chose to forego his last year of eligibility like Ikem Ekwonu in order to enter the NFL Draft in 2022.