MSU-N Game Day: The Cure: New Lights' QB just wanted to help

Veteran signal caller Kaymen Cureton had a connection to Andrew Rolin, and a desire to help the Lights keep building

 

Last updated 9/23/2021 at 9:26pm

Colin Thompson

Montana State University-Northern's Kaymen Cureton runs with the ball during the Lights' home opener last month at Tilleman Field. Cureton has quite the journey to find his way to Northern, but, it all started when he was recruited by now MSU-N head coach Andrew Rolin while his was a junior in high school in southern California.

It took a while, but Kaymen Cureton found a home in the Montana State University-Northern football program. After playing high school football in Los Angeles, his collegiate journey took him to Nevada and Eastern Kentucky before finding his way to Havre.It was quite the journey.

As the quarterback tried to find a new football team, he ultimately decided to play for the Lights because of MSU-N head Andrew Rolin.

Back in high school, Cureton got his first collegiate offer from Rolin while he was on the coaching staff at San Jose State. While his journey took him elsewhere, Cureton and Ro...



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