It seems like just yesterday his brother, Silverberry, was terrorizing AAC offenses and sacking opposing quarterbacks. Junior Kevin Mouhon started his Clifton career as a linebacker. Before coming to Ohio, the Georgia four-star prospect won back-to-back state championships at Norcross.
Last year, he racked up 50 tackles and 9.5 tackles for loss. Look for Coach Fickell’s defensive-oriented team to use Kevin in a number of positions, whether dropping back to play coverage or standing up to bull rushing the quarterback. Mouhon has the skills to play both linebacker and defensive end.
Kevin said Coach Fickell brought “the spark that the team needed this season.” He is most excited about the unity of the defense and variety of schemes being put in place. With a clean new haircut, Kevin will be wearing #48 this year.
After last season, he escaped to Europe for a week, travelling to Rome, Venice, and Mulan. Kevin is fluent in French, which aided him. And meeting some local Cincinnatians along the way helped as well. He is already planning his next trip, likely to Greece. Trying to live his life to the fullest and taking in new world experiences is a big part of Mouhon’s personality.
In his free time, you can catch Kevin at the recreation center or spending time with his girlfriend. I did not ask how much he can curl or bench press, but it would appear he can likely outlift just about anyone else on the team, and certainly the entire staff at Bearcats Sports Radio.
Mouhon graduated early with his bachelor’s degree in psychology and plans to earn his master’s degree before his time as a Bearcat ends. After football, Kevin plans to help special needs children. Silverberry made the trip up to see his brother play in the closed scrimmage on Saturday night. He is currently working at Fidelity and enjoying life after football.
By Andy Smith