Former Evergreen Football Standout Senio Kelemete Makes the NFL


Former Evergreen High School football standout Senio Kelemete was selected in the fifth round of the 2012 NFL draft this week, going to the Arizona Cardinals as the 151st pick overall.

Kelemete led Evergreen to a 9-2 record during his senior season in 2007, helping the Wolverines make the state playoffs for the first time since 2001. He was also honored as the Seamount League’s Lineman of the Year on both offense and defense.

As a University of Washington Husky, Kelemete started all 13 games at left tackle this past season and was named a team captain for the second straight year. He earned All-Pac-12 honors for the second time in his career and was awarded the Fred Jacoby Sportsmanship Award at the Valero Alamo Bowl in December.

The minimum rookie salary in the NFL is $355,000.


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One Response to “Former Evergreen Football Standout Senio Kelemete Makes the NFL”
  1. Alex Ritenour says:

    guess who has two thumbs and is sitting next to his brother!?!?!?

    This guy.

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