“Elandon was one of those guys who was ready-made when he came into our program because of his character,” Harrison said. “We helped push him forward a bit, but this isn’t the last time he’s going to be honored for something like this.”
Roberts, like Harrison, thinks he’ll be heard from again.
“I’m still that kid with a dream,” Roberts said. “The sky is limit, and things have gone well for me, but I just want to stay the guy I’ve always been.”
The two events, which will benefit heart disease research, are scheduled for July 15 at Memorial High School Stadium, 2200 Jefferson Drive, Port Arthur.
The 5K will start at 8 a.m., with the football tournament to follow at 10 a.m.
A great Coog. I was on the road listening to the radio when he was dismissed from the UCONN game. Uh oh we might actually lose this one on the road up north no GW2 and no E-Rob. A key leader that helped the D bounce back against Navy, AAC championship, and NY6 Peach Bowl.
PORT ARTHUR, TX — Super Bowl LI champion and Port Arthur native Elandon Roberts teamed up with fellow PA native and CFL Hall of Famer Don Narcisse to host the Camp of Champions. A free football camp for Southeast Texans sponsored by honeyfoundationinc.org.