HAWKINS GRADUATED FROM COCOA IN 2018
BREVARD COUNTY • COCOA, FLORIDA – Former Cocoa Tiger, and current Los Angeles Rams practice squad running back Javian Hawkins became a Super Bowl champion after the Rams defeated the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20 on Sunday.
Hawkins was picked up by the Rams and was added to their active roster, practice squad last September and the Brevard County native will receive a championship ring per the NFL’s CBA rules.
Hawkins began his rookie campaign as an undrafted free agent and was picked up by the Atlanta Falcons, and then went to Tennessee. The Titans waived the 5-9 speedster and Hawkins was eventually signed by the Los Angeles Rams where he’s is now a Super Bowl Champion.
Hawkins had a career year in 2019 as a member of the Louisville Cardinals, rushing for 1,525 yards — the most by a running back in Louisville history – and posted eight 100-yard rushing games.
At Cocoa High, he finished his prep career with the Tigers with more than 4,000 yards rushing, more than 40 touchdowns, and led Cocoa to the Class 4A state championship.
ABOVE VIDEO: Former Louisville running back, Titusville native Javian Hawkins speaks with Space Coast Daily’s Juan Rodriguez to discuss his growing up in Brevard, his college career, and the path to the NFL Draft.
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