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Kentucky Picks Up 2014 Athlete Ryan Kendall
Ryan Kendall, a 2014 QB/WR, announced via his Twitter that he is heading to Kentucky. Kendall is a 5’10” prospect from Waxhaw, North Carolina. The Cuthbertson High School senior was also a kicker and punter for his team.
Kendall had an offer from Gardner-Webb, is not ranked on any scouting site.
He threw for over 2,800 yards for his high school career with 26 touchdowns, according to MaxPreps.com. Most of his QB play seems to be in his sophomore year. He had over 3,100 all-purpose yards in his four years in high school and over 5,400 yards of total offense.
— Patrick Loney (@PatrickLoney) April 30, 2014
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