Highlights of Kent (Wash.) Kentridge running back Cameron McKernan..…
McKernan Focused on Season
Kent (Wash.) Kentridge athlete Cameron McKernan missed the majority of his junior season with a knee injury. With his performance this season, specifically the last two games, McKernan has erased any doubts that he is better than he was before the injury. "My last 2 games have been pretty good," said McKernan. "We had a tough loss last week against Tahoma on a last second field goal" While it was a tough loss for Kentridge, McKernan rushed for 301 yards and two touchdowns. He also caught two passes for 93 yards and a score, totaling 394 yards on the night to go with the three touchdowns. The week prior, McKernan was named Seattle Comcast AAA Varsity Player of the Week. That week, he racked up 289 yards on 23 carries and 4 touchdowns in the Chargers game against Thomas Jefferson. But stats aren't what McKernan is worried about. "We are still in the state playoff hunt so that's my goal." McKernan currently holds offers from Air Force, Eastern Washington, New Mexico State, Portland State, and Wyoming. However, he hopes his performance this season could add some offers to that list. "I have five offers so far," said McKernan. "I hope to add some offers based on the film that I just sent out to teams that requested it. McKernan has stayed busy even during his off days this season. Taking trips to visit some of the schools he is hoping to receive an offer from. "My Dad and I are headed to Corvallis for an unofficial visit this weekend when they play Cal," said McKernan. "We already made it out to unofficial visits and games at Washington and Washington State this fall." McKernan is a versatile player that can line up at tailback and wide receiver on offense and any position in the defensive secondary. So where does he see himself playing in college? All of my offers are to play running back, but I would be eager to play receiver or DB too," said McKernan. "Where I go to college is what is important to me, what position I play is secondary. McKernan isn't ready to make a decision at this point; he will likely wait until it is closer to signing day before he makes his decision. "I plan on taking some official visits in December," said McKernan. "So I'll decide sometime after that." Jake Worthen is a Northwest Recruiting Analyst for Scout.com. Follow him on Twitter | Contact him at E-Mail | .
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