December 30, 2009 > Bill Mancebo's player spotlight: Kamron Crook
Bill Mancebo's player spotlight: Kamron Crook
This week the spotlight finds John F. Kennedy High School's Kamron Crook. This JFK Titan is 15 and covers the positions of running back and inside linebacker.
A previous winner of the MVP Freshman Football Award, football is not the only sport that Crook is passionate for. Track and baseball are also his focus and Kamron is well experienced at shot put, discus throwing and right to center outfield coverage for Fremont Baseball Inc.
Staying on his game is essential to this young man and he weight trains and runs at least two miles each and every day.
Currently in the 10th grade Kamron looks forward to his beloved Kennedy High studies especially English and Peers Counseling with Ms. Roberts. The final goal for his hard work at school will soon be a position as a physical therapist where he can assist and direct others to overcoming their injuries.
When Crook finds a little spare time he gets his kicks riding horses, playing with his two dogs and surfing the sidewalk on his skateboard. Everyone deserves a road trip every now and then so when he can, Kamron heads to San Diego - a favorite spot for him and his Dad.
He knows what he likes when it comes to food and it's for sure a hot dog with the works followed by chess pie.