Oklahoma State cornerback Kemah Siverand signed as an undrafted free agent with the Seahawks, he announced on his Twitter account Saturday.
Thank you @Seahawks for this opportunity, all I asked for was an opportunity and I knew someone would believe in me! My God is good! The journey continues for your pops R.I.P!— Kemah Siverand (@TheKSiverand) April 25, 2020
Siverand played in 13 games this past season, almost exclusively on special teams. The 6-foot-1, 200-pound Siverand had 11 tackles and one fumble recovery in 26 games at OSU after transferring two seasons at Texas A&M.
Siverand had a 16-yard reception against Prairie View A&M as a freshman in 2016 then moved to the defensive side of the ball, recording six tackles in 12 games for the Aggies as a sophomore.
Former OSU standouts Chris Carson, a running back, and Tre Flowers, a cornerback, have played for the Seahawks the past two seasons.