Hubbard Star Defensive End Kenny Givens Class Of 2019 Talks Recruiting & Football
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Kenny Givens Class of 2019 Hubbard DE 6'4 243
COACH BIG PETE'S TAKE
Kenny Givens is one of the best edge rushers in the state of Illinois there is no doubt about it. Great speed rush and ability to contain the option makes Kenny special for the 2019 class. Multi scheme pass rusher that can fit any college defense. Ability to change hip direction on a blocker along with his burst will make him a D1 Player.
Kenny Givens what schools have you been talking to?
University of Kentucky, Western Michigan, Ball State, South Dakota, Purdue, University of Wyoming, Toledo, Illinois State, university of Illinois, Iowa State and University of Northern Iowa
Favorite memory from last season?
My favorite memory from last season has to be the conference championship against Morgan park, we all played our heart out and came out on top, it was a special moment because this was our first time beating them in like 2 years
What would you like college coaches to know about you?
I would like them to know that I’m very humble and very teachable, I’m willing to learn.
What game are you looking forward to this upcoming season?
I’m looking forward to having a good season and leading my team to a championship. The game I’m looking forward to this year is Simeon.
Funniest guy in the Hubbard lockerroom?
Give me one overlooked player on Hubbard who college coaches should take a look at?
One overlooked player at Hubbard coaches need to look for is Anthony Harris.
What position do you feel the most comfortable playing?
The position that I feel the most comfortable playing is Defensive end
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