Kiambu Fentress | Vanderbilt University | WR
Q: Tell us about your college (or pro) career and what the recruiting/scouting process was like. Why did you choose (Enter school name)?
A: I grew up watching Vandy as a child, so it was a dream come true when they started recruiting me my sophomore year.
Q: What would you consider to be your biggest accomplishment in your sports career so far?
A: Winning a National Championship
Q: What do you consider to be one of the more important things you learned from the coaching staff while playing at (Enter school name)?
A: The coaching staff at Vandy really stressed the importance of having a routine.
Q: How was your career impacted due to the 2020 pandemic and what have you learned from the adversity?
A: I learned that we are not in control, at its best to enjoy every moment.
Q: What was your major and what are your plans if football doesn’t work out?
A: Medicine, Health, and Society with a concentration in health behaviors and health sciences. I see myself staying in sports in any capacity.
Q: What would your current/past teammates say about you and your qualities?
A: Respectful and respected. True to myself and true to the game and all that comes with it.
Q: What has been one of the most memorable plays of your career at any level?
A: Triple play in little league baseball or 70 yard bomb first game of the season against #2 team in the nation at the time.
Q: What has been your biggest challenge and how do you manage it?
A: The biggest challenge is not knowing, and because of that, one has to continue to stick to the process.
Q: If you could compare yourself to a pro athlete, who would that be and why?
A: “IF” I had to, it would be Deion Sanders solely because he played both sports.
Q: What is your biggest strength that you bring to a professional team and why should pro scouts consider you?
A: Attitude and Effort is consistent day-in and day-out. There is no mystery in what they’ll get every day.
Q: Are you involved in mentoring, a charity or do you “give back” or ”pay it forward” in your community?
A: Not in the way the question is phrasing mentoring, but I help train elementary, middle and high school student athletes.
Q: How are you preparing for the 2021 National Scouting Combine and what are your goals?
A: Taking care of my body specifically my legs. Doing my part to put myself in the best possible position.
Q: What would be your ultimate achievement?
A: The NFL
Q: What do you enjoy doing when not playing football?
A: Something competitive.
Q: Who is or has been the most influential person in your life?
A: Older brother Nantambu. Played football at The U under Al Golden
Q: What is something unique about you that people would find interesting?
A: I was a child model
Q: What is your dream job?
A: Compete at the highest level.