BY AMIE JUST | Staff writer
Alvin Kamara didn't know Ahmaud Arbery, but he feels a connection to him.
The two Black men were both born and raised in Georgia, with Kamara's hometown being roughly four hours northwest of where Arbery called home. While growing up, both were athletes and shared dreams of playing in the NFL.
Kamara turned 25 in July. Arbery died at the age of 25 in February after he was fatally shot by two White men who chased him while he was out jogging.
"It just hit home," Kamara said during an interview with Queen Latifah during NBC's Inspire Change special. "Being that he's from Georgia, just...