Madden Mobile Coins: Kamalei Correa

Madden Mobile Coins: Kamalei Correa

Let us continue our player sneak peek on the new football players from the 2016 NFL draft, still on the second round. Second round players are not to be taken lightly. Yes, they weren’t picked early in the draft but that doesn’t mean that it is impossible for them to be an all-star. Players from the second round will surely give more effort because they have more to prove. That will be their motivation, being underestimated. We can definitely say that our Madden Mobile Coins were spent wisely on players that will turn the tide and make a name out from the second round. So, come join me as we take a look on what to expect from this eleventh pick of the second round, looking back on his earlier football performance in college.

Madden Mobile Coins: Baltimore Ravens’ Forty Second Overall Pick, Who is He?

Expectations will still be great for second round players definitely. They are still expected to do their jobs like a first pick overall. Okay, are you ready? Let us take a look at the 41st overall pick of the Baltimore Ravens!

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Kamalei Correa, who is he? Kamalei Correa was born on 1995 in Honolulu, Hawaii. Kamalei took his high school in Saint Louis School in Honolulu and went to Boise State for college. He is six feet and three inches tall and weighs 243 pounds.

We got his college career in his Wikipedia page:

As a true freshman at Boise State in 2013, Correa played in all 13 games and had 12 tackles and one sack. As a sophomore in 2014, he started all 14 games and had 59 tackles and a Mountain West Conference leading 12 sacks. As a junior in 2015 he started all 13 games, recording 38 tackles and a team leading seven sacks. In his final collegiate game he was named the defensive MVP of the 2015 Poinsettia Bowl after recording two sacks.

Looking forward to see this guy in action to see if he is worth the Madden Coins! 

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