Kamren James Biography

Kamren James is a baseball player who hails from Tennessee but plays for the Mississippi State University. After a rough swing in Texas, Kamren James hit his first home run of the season. The sophomore went 4-5 with a steal of home to round out his night.

Early life

Kamren was born on 25th May 2000 in Memphis, Tennessee. His father’s name is Greg James and his mother’s name is Stacie James. He grew up with an older brother Keegan James and younger sister Sterling James. His brother played baseball at Mississippi State and his father used to play football at Mississippi State. Kamren went to high school at DeSoto Central High School in his hometown Memphis. James is currently graduating with majors in business administration. He cleared his whole high school career with a 4.0 GPA.

Kamren James Career

He was lettered three times for the head coach position by Mark Monaghan at DeSoto Central High School. James was selected as a team captain in his senior year. James managed to earn team MVP in both junior year and senior year. He helped Team Georgia to the 17U Perfect Game World Wood Bat Association for the 17U title. He was also a guide to Team Georgia for the Perfect Game 16U World Series title. James helped the Jaguars to the Mississippi High School Activities Association 6A state title in his junior and senior years.

James ranked in the top ten among SEC freshmen in six offensive categories: doubles (T-5th; 3), RBIs (T-6th; 12), average (7th;.308), hits (7th; 16), slugging percentage (9th;.423), and total bases (T-6th; 12). (T-9th; 22). He started all of the three games as a third baseman. There he hit .455 for the series (5-for-11) and four RBIs. In the season opener, James went 2-for-4 with one run scored. He singled in his first college game at-bat. there he managed to add a sixth-inning single to post his first career’s multi-hit game. He had two hits in the series and walked in the middle game …Then in the first inning, he doubled to drive in a pair of runs. In the series finale, he doubled in a pair of runs in the third inning.

Kamren James Biography

Real Name Kamren James
Birth Date 25 May 2000
Age (as of 2021) 21 Years
Birth Place Memphis, Tennessee, U.S.
Nationality American
Profession Baseball Player
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Gemini

Physical Statistics

Height in feet inches – 6’ 2” – in Centimeters – 187 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 87 kg  –  in Pounds –  192 lbs
Chest Size 38 inches
Waist Size 32 inches
Biceps Size 16 inches
Shoe Size 11 (U.S.)
Hair Color Brown
Eye Color Brown
Body Type Athletic


Father Greg James
Mother Stacie James
Sister Sterling James
Brother Keegan James


School DeSoto Central High School
College Mississippi State University

Relationship Status

Marital Status Single
Affair No
Is he a Gay? No
Girlfriend None

Personal life

Kamren is not involved in any relationship right now and is single. He is more focused on his career right now. He has just started his game right now and so he is more concentrated on that. Kamren has a verified account on Instagram with 10.4 K followers and 745 following. He is quite famous and well-known. He solely posts about his games and has 16 posts only up until now.

Kamren James Net worth

The total net worth of Kamren is not currently available to the public and he hasn’t revealed anything regarding his earning and salaries. His main source of income would be his profession baseball.


  • The Mississippi High School Activities Association presented him with the Lindy Callahan Award.
  • In his senior year, James was nominated for Mississippi Player of the Year.
  • James presented a scholarship award based on academic and athletic achievement to 16 senior student-athletes, a boy and a girl, from the state’s eight geographical districts.
  • At the end of the season, he was one of seven SEC freshmen with a batting average of .300.
  • He was selected as team MVP in his junior year and again in senior year. And also, team captain in his senior year.
  • Kamren was named as first-team all-state in his junior year and senior year.
  • He made his college debut in front of Wright State (2/14) as a season opener at the third base.

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