King was highly recruited coming out of high school and was ranked as a three-star prospect by Rivals.com out of a possible five-star ranking, and as the number 73 overall recruit in California. He was recruited by Washington, California, West Virginia, and Arizona State. He stated that winning the MVP at the Nike Football Training Camp brought his "confidence up a bit" and that he now knew he could "play with those top guys." He ultimately committed to play at Washington because he felt that he could come in and play early due to the large amount of junior and senior defensive backs. He chose to major in American ethnic studies and retail management.
Since King's departure, the Packers have since renovated their secondary by drafting Eric Stokes last spring and plucking Rasul Douglas off of the Arizona Cardinals' practice squad in October. Stokes and Douglas help headline the team's cornerbacks alongside Jaire Alexander, who endured an AC joint sprain on Oct. 3 against the Pittsburgh Steelers. He spent the remainder of the year on injured reserve before returning in time for the postseason meeting versus the San Francisco 49ers, however, Alexander played just eight defensive snaps.
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Kevin attained the Certified Public Accountant designation while working in public accounting after graduating from college. He worked for both a national accounting firm and regional accounting firm working in the disciplines of audit and tax.
Kevin began working as Carpenter and Flooring Installer in his early pre-teen years. By dedicating himself to his craft and working powerfully to obtain a superb reputation, he had been selected to work inside the White House, World Trade Center, the Pentagon, Quantico and many nearby Airports. With all the pride he took in his work, he quickly became a very well-known tradesman and was highly respected in the Flooring Industry. Many relationships that began as professional or business-oriented often became life-long friendships.