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2017 Cleveland Browns Kid of the Week

Posted Dec 14, 2017

Week 9

Week 9's Cleveland Browns Kid of the Week is Kev'n Jackson, a player for the Lorain Steelemen.

  • Favorite subject: Math
  • Favorite Browns player: Duke Johnson Jr.
  • Nickname: Daddio
  • Career aspirations: Football player
  • Position/Years played: Running back; 7 years
  • Best part of being on a team: "Good sportsmanship"
  • What makes a good coach: "Runs offense and defense well"

Week 8

Week 8's Cleveland Browns Kid of the Week is Colton Polock, a player for the Mentor Rookie Tackle League.

  • Favorite subject: Physical education or science
  • Favorite Browns player: Joe Thomas
  • Career aspirations: Physical education teacher or football coach
  • Position/Years played: Running back, linebacker; 4 years
  • Best part of being on a team: "Playing with friends"
  • What makes a good coach: "Being a good leader"

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Week 7

Week 7's Cleveland Browns Kid of the Week is D'azian Johnson, a player for the Lorain Steelemen.

  • Favorite subject: Math
  • Favorite football player: Odell Beckham Jr.
  • Nickname: DJ
  • Career aspirations: Football player
  • Position/Years played: Running back; 5
  • Best part of being on a team: "Having fun"
  • What makes a good coach: "Letting everyone play"

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Week 6

Week 6's Cleveland Browns Kid of the Week is Anthony Carson, a player for the Eastlake Rookie Tackle League.

  • Favorite subject: Math
  • Favorite Browns player: DeShone Kizer
  • Nickname: Tony
  • Career aspirations: NFL player
  • Position/Years played: Quarterback; 5
  • Best part of being on a team: "Being a leader"
  • What makes a good coach: "Being fair to everyone on the team"
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Week 5

Week 5's Cleveland Browns Kid of the Week is Ocir Kimble, a player for the Lorain Steelemen.

  • Favorite subject: Math
  • Favorite Browns player: DeShone Kizer
  • Nickname: Bookie
  • Career aspirations: Browns football player
  • Position/Years played: Quarterback; 6
  • Best part of being on a team: "Making it to Florida for the tournament and sportsmanship"
  • What makes a good coach: "Discipline and makes you feel good"

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Week 4

Week 4's Cleveland Browns Kid of the Week is Matt Bair, a player for the Mike Zone Recreation Center Purple Team.

  • Favorite subject: Gym
  • Favorite Browns player: Rashard Higgins
  • Career aspirations: Football player
  • Best part of being on a team: "Getting to win and play with your team"
  • What makes a good coach: "Puts people in equally and calls good plays"
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Week 3

Week 3's Cleveland Browns Kid of the Week is Elliot Atkinson, a player for the Lorain Steelemen.

  • Favorite subject: Math
  • Favorite Browns player: Jabrill Peppers
  • Nickname: E
  • Career aspirations: Football player, Army, track
  • Position/Years played: Cornerback; 2
  • Best part of being on a team: "Having fun"
  • What makes a good coach: "Teaching the team a lesson"
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Week 2

Week 2's Cleveland Browns Kid of the Week is Janiel Santana, a player for the Mike Zone Recreation Center Green Team.

  • Favorite subject: Math
  • Favorite Browns player: Ricardo Louis
  • Career aspirations: Baseball player
  • Best part of being on a team: "Helping other teammates out"
  • What makes a good coach: "Someone who can teach us the positions"
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Week 1

The first Cleveland Browns Kid of the Week of 2017 is David West, a player for the Lorain Steelemen.

  • Favorite subject: Math
  • Favorite Browns player: Joe Thomas
  • Nickname: Tony
  • Career aspirations: Football Player
  • Position/Years played: Center, Running Back; 3 years
  • Best part of being on a team: "Playing hard"
  • What makes a good coach: "They're nice"
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