WATCH: Former Cocoa Tiger, Current Tennessee Titan Running Back Javian Hawkins Scores First NFL Touchdown

Hawkins was picked up by the titans on August 26

(NFL) – Former Cocoa Tiger, current Tennessee Titans running back Javian Hawkins scores first NFL touchdown against the Chicago Bears.

Tennessee Titans general manager Jon Robinson was in the broadcast booth at the same time Hawkins scored the one-yard touchdown.

Hawkins went undrafted in the 2021 NFL draft and was recently waived by the Atlanta Falcons.

In 2019, Hawkins rushed for 1,525 yards — the most by a running back in Louisville history and posted eight 100-yard rushing games.

Javian played for Space Coast Sports Hall of Fame coach John Wilkinson at Cocoa High School and 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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