Signed by Green Bay as an undrafted free agent on May 14, 2021.
Signed by Green Bay as an undrafted free agent on May 14, 2021…Played in 46 games with 29 starts in five seasons (2016-20) as a defensive lineman for the Wolverines, registering 81 tackles (31 solo), 10 tackles for a loss, 4½ sacks and a fumble recovery…Twice voted a team captain by his teammates (2019-20), making him the 15th player in school history to have earned the title more than once…Appeared in all six games with five starts during his graduate season in 2020, recording 21 tackles (11 solo), three tackles for a loss and two sacks (tied for No. 1 on team)…Opened the season with four tackles (three solo), two tackles for a loss and an 11-yard sack of QB Tanner Morgan at No. 21 Minnesota (Oct. 24)…Logged a season-high five tackles (one solo) vs. Michigan State (Oct. 31)…Wrapped up QB Graham Mertz for a 4-yard sack vs. No. 13 Wisconsin (Nov. 14)…Matched his season high with five tackles (three solo) vs. Penn State (Nov. 28)…Started all 12 regular-season games as a senior in 2019, missing the Vrbo Citrus Bowl vs. No. 9 Alabama (Jan. 1) due to injury…Was a third-team All-Big Ten selection by the league's coaches…Tallied a career-best 40 tackles (15 solo), 4½ tackles for a loss, two sacks and a fumble recovery…Notched a career-high nine tackles (two solo) vs. Army (Sept. 7), earning Defensive Player of the Game for his efforts…Recovered a fumble at Illinois (Oct. 12), setting up a 1-yard Michigan TD drive, while adding four tackles (all solo) and two tackles for a loss…Wrapped up a career-high 1½ sacks vs. Michigan State (Nov. 16)…Played in all 13 contests while starting the team's final 12 games as a junior in 2018…Named the Wolverines' Most Improved Player on defense…Made his first career start vs. Western Michigan (Sept. 8) and posted an assisted tackle…Logged season highs with four tackles (one solo), 1½ tackles for a loss and a half-sack vs. Southern Methodist (Sept. 15)…Posted three tackles (one solo) at No. 10 Ohio State (Nov. 24)…Played in all 13 games as a sophomore in 2017, totaling three tackles (one solo) with a quarterback hurry…Opened the season by making his first career tackle, a solo stop, vs. No. 17 Florida (Sept. 2) in Arlington, Texas…Made an assisted tackle at Penn State (Oct. 21) and at Maryland (Nov. 11)…Appeared in two games as a freshman in 2016…Made his collegiate debut vs. Colorado (Sept. 17)…Saw the first Big Ten action of his career at Rutgers (Oct. 8)…Earned his degree in political science while minoring in business…Was a four-year letterwinner on the football team at Fairview High School in Boulder, Co. …Was a three-time Colorado High School Activities Association 5A first-team all-state selection (2013-15)…Earned four all-conference selections, receiving three first-team honors (2013-15) and a second-team honor (2012)…Named the conference's Defensive Player of the Year as a sophomore and senior…Was the winner of the 2015 Colorado Golden Helmet Award, presented by the Denver Post to the state's top prep football player…Helped lead Fairview to a state runner-up finish as sophomore…Registered 203 tackles (143 solo), 14 sacks and an interception during his prep career…Also played running back as a junior, rushing for 11 TDs…Played on the school's basketball team during his freshman and sophomore years…Maintained a 4.0 GPA in four years at Fairview…Was a four-time Academic All-Big Ten honoree (2017-20)…Volunteered through the Youth Impact Program while at Michigan, helping teach life skills to at-risk boys from economically disadvantaged neighborhoods in Detroit…His father, Nikki, played tailback at Wisconsin…His grandfather, Sam Pagano, was a kicker at Denver University…His uncles, Chuck Pagano (Wyoming) and John Pagano (Mesa University), both played college football before lengthy coaching careers at the collegiate and professional levels…Given name Carlo Joseph William Kemp; born in Boulder, Colo.
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