Wide Receiver Kamrin Solomon will Suit Up with Sharks in 2020

10/25/2019 12:32 PM -

JACKSONVILLE – The 2019 NAL Champions Jacksonville Sharks, have re-signed wide receiver Kamrin Solomon for the 2020 season. This will be Solomon's second year in the arena football and second season with the Sharks. Solomon’s signing marks him as the ninth returning 2019 NAL Champion to re-join Jacksonville under Head Coach James Fuller. Over the last few weeks, linemen Derrick Ziegler, Jaleel Brown, Mike Williams, Aaron Bellazin, Jonathan Taylor, linebacker/fullback Zack Brown, fullback Alstevis Squirewell, and defensive back Tony Goodman each chose to return to the Sharks for another championship run. 

Wide Receiver Kamrin Solomon (6’1,170) began his arena football career last year with the Jacksonville Sharks. During his 2019 debut, Solomon played in five games, recording 10 catches for 129 yards, and five receiving touchdowns. As a rookie, Solomon learned from the NAL’s most elite receiving core boasting All-NAL receivers Devin Wilson, Jarmon Fortson, and Durron Neal. Now with a year of arena football under his belt and a full season ahead of him, Solomon looks to be one of the national arena league's notable up incoming receivers for the 2020 season.  

Solomon is a Florida Atlantic University product, during his career at FAU he totaled 69 receptions for 867 yards and three touchdowns. Solomon is a native of Jacksonville, FL and was a multi-sport athlete playing football, basketball, and track at Mandarin High School. Upon graduating from Mandarin he earned eight varsity letters.

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