2012: As a rookie, George appeared in six matches with four starts. He made his career debut on May 23 in Seattle as a substitute and made his first career start three days later against the Chicago Fire. George featured on the Trinidad & Tobago U-23 National Team in its 2012 Olympic Qualification effort.
George started in 73 matches at University of Central Florida, finishing his college career with six goals and 16 assists. He led the team in goals his freshman year with four. George was named to the C-USA All-Conference First Team three out of the four years in college (2008, 2009 and 2011).
George played in all three matches of Trinidad & Tobago's 2012 Olympic Qualifying campaign in his first taste of International play.
George played for Decatur High School and was the captain of his high school squad. He also played for the Concorde Fire club team. His U-17 squad won its R3PL division and captured the prestigious Disney Soccer Showcase Tournament. George's team finished as a Region III Semifinalist in 2007 and won the Georgia State Cup Championship. He also participated in the 2006 adidas ESP Camp and was a member of the Region III Olympic Development Program team from 2003-06.
Selected by the Crew 29th Overall in the Second Round of the 2012 MLS SuperDraft
Kevan's parents are Mervyn and Rhonda George. He is a native of Trinidad & Tobago but moved to Georgia as a youngster.