Following in his father and brother's footsteps, 2009 lineman prospect Kawame Geathers is already a force to be reckoned with. The 6-foot-4, 310-pound freshman out of Carvers Bay, S.C. is still playing on junior varsity this year, but Bears head coach Nate Thompson agrees he definitely is a Division I prospect to keep an eye on.
"Kawame comes from a long list of Geathers as his uncle and father were both pro football players and his brother is an All-American," he said. "He's got a wealth of potential and some people are even saying he might be better than the rest of them because he's not afraid to take on a challenge."
Geathers has plenty of potential still according to Thompson.
"He hasn't even scratched the surface on what he can do and he's got the brains and potential to do it," he said. "He played both ways this year in junior varsity and that says a lot about him. They continued to run behind him in games and he couldn't be stopped."
Geathers looks like he could play offensive or defensive line in college.