Chatting With Simeon's DT Kenyan Butler Class Of 2020
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Kenyan Butler Simeon Defensive Tackle Class of 2020 5'11 247
Kenyan Butler is the type of players I like to talk about, small but has more heart than some 6'3 linemen. Kenyan has a great burst and pivot step, and this is guy makes piles on the defensive line. One of the very few 0 Technique linemen, that does his job in a correct way that makes him look like seasoned high school football player.
Kenyan Butler what schools have you been talking to?
Indiana state, Wabash, Indiana Wesleyan
What is one thing you want college coaches to know about you?
I’m a hard worker on the field and off the field
What part of your game have you been working on in the off season?
I been working on footwork, getting off the ball fast,and different moves.
Favorite memory from last season?
The best memory was winning the city championship and the prep bowl championship
Got to ask... How many times do you think you get held on average when playing on the defensive line?
I got held a lot you know playing in the middle i some times have 2 people coming at me,some time I have 3.
Give me a Simeon player from the 2020 Class season that college coaches should take a look at?
Zion Mitchell -WR,Jason shavers -DL/OL,jelen lee-DB,jacquez woodland-QB/S,corderro Williams -DL/MLB,Ronald haggins-DL Davion king -WR
What do you like about playing high school football?
High school football is fun I like playing them night games under the lights at gately and I like running around the field every play making plays .
Who is the funniest guy in the lockerroom?
The funniest guy have to be Malik Lester or alante brown
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