Qwuantrezz Knight is from a little town in Florida called Quincy. It is known for tomatoes, but pretty soon they will have a player in the NFL. The 6000 defensive back from Florida has decided to take his talents to Cali for his final season.
Knight started off at Maryland where he played two seasons for the Terps. He appeared in 22 games and finished with 39 tackles. After a couple of solid years at Maryland, Qwuantrezz decided to take his talents to Ohio.
Knight would transfer to Kent State and last year with Kent State he balled out. He played in all 11 games and led the team with 10.5 tackles for loss. He was named the defensive MVP of their Bowl game when he racked up 6 tackles, 2.5 for loss and 1.5 sacks.
Knight is not afraid of wide receivers, he will come up and get in your face. The 204 pound corner finished fourth on the Golden Flashes with 74 tackles. He will now transfer to UCLA for his Master’s Degree.
— Qwuantrezz Knight (@qknight4) January 25, 2020
NFL Draft Diamonds Scouting Notes:
Qwuantrezz Knight will be on his third FBS team, which is unheard of. He won an appeal and is able to transfer for UCLA to finish his career. I love the kid, and have watched him since high school. I wish he would have stayed on Kent State, because I am a huge MAC fan, but this will be a great opportunity to watch him play for the Bruins in his final season. – Damond Talbot, NFL Draft Diamonds, Owner