Player Spotlight: Kendall Joseph

Player Spotlight: Kendall Joseph


Player Spotlight: Kendall Joseph

While there is plenty of information circling the internet about matchups, personnel and schemes that relate to Clemson and the opponents of the Tigers, The Clemson Insider decided to also dig a bit deeper into the dynamic individual personalities of Clemson’s student athletes.

In this edition we get to know Redshirt sophomore Kendall Joseph. The linebacker is a new starter for the Tigers, and is excited for the opportunity to be a main contributor on Clemson’s defense.

What is your favorite color?


What food can you not live without?

“Chicken and shrimp alfredo.”

What is your favorite movie?

“Friday Night Lights.”

If you could only binge watch one show on Netflix for the rest of your life, what would it be?

“Friday Night Lights the T.V. show! I like the T.V show and the movie.”

When I’m not playing football I…

“Am playing video games.”

My friends would say that I am…

“Relaxed and chill.”

Who is your favorite celebrity?

“J. Cole.”

What professional athlete do you look up to the most?

“Patrick Willis. He played linebacker when he was in the league and I don’t know him obviously, but what I have seen in interviews and how people have talked about him, he is a good man.”

If you could choose a walk-out song, what would it be?

“Haha definitely Dollar and a Dream 3 by J. Cole.”

If I didn’t play football, I would play…

“I would say basketball, but I am too short now,” I was good until they all kept growing and I didn’t, so I would say weight lifting now.”

Do you have any hidden talents?

“No hidden talents, none.”

What is something that someone would be surprised to know about you?

“I am half Haitian.”

What has been your best memory at Clemson so far?

“Going to the National Championship, definitely.”

What is one thing you are looking forward to this season?

“Just proving the doubters wrong and playing good football!”



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