Michigan State’s Kenneth Walker III is proving he’s one to watch as he ran five touchdowns this Saturday, 30 October 2021.
The running back helped lead the Spartans to a 37-33 victory over Michigan Wolverines. Kenneth Walker III ran 193 yards in the game to help secure the win. It was his second game this season with four or more rushing touchdowns.
As the spotlight turns to Kenneth Walker III, you might be curious to know how old the future football star is. We’ve done some digging to find out his true age.
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Exploring Kenneth Walker III’s age
Some have been curious to know Kenneth Walker III’s age as his ESPN profile does not list how old he is.
Kenneth celebrates his birthday on 20 October. This makes him a Libra. He is not to be confused with the wide receiver Kenneth Walker III, who plays for the Blue Bombers.
According to his Hudl profile, Kenneth’s Junior year in high school was from 2017 to 2018. His Senior year was 2018 to 2019. In December 2018, Kenneth committed to Wake Forest. He was there for two seasons before transferring to MSU earlier this year.
Juniors in high school are, on average, 16 or 17 years old. If Kenneth Walker III turned 17 in October 2017, that means he could have been born in 2000. This would make Kenneth Walker III currently 21 years old.
Kenneth was a freshman at college in October 2019, which would confirm this age.
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Who are Kenneth Walker III’s parents?
Kenneth Walker III, tipped as a Heisman Trophy contender, has his parents behind him all the way. His father is Kenneth Walker II and his mother is Shaunteshia Brown.
Kenneth’s parents have featured in interviews talking about his football talent and successes at MSU. Kenneth Walker II spoke about the chance his son has to win the Heisman. He said: “That’d be a great accomplishment. I’m already proud of him.”
Kenneth Walker III added: “I’ve actually thought about that many times, winning the trophy, standing on the stage and seeing my parents in the crowd.”