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Recruit Spotlight: Wide Receiver Kendall Duncan, Albany High School, Class of 2012

by Mark Clements

July 19, 2011 –

LAFM: For starters, what’s your current height, weight and forty time?

KD: I’m 6’2” and 184. It’s a 4.5

 

LAFM: Are you originally from Louisiana? Which teams did you root for growing up?

KD: Yes sir. LSU and Georgia Tech. I like the way they run their offense.

 

LAFM: When did you first start playing football, and has it always been a big part of your family?

KD: Yes sir, I started when I was really really young.

 

LAFM: Do you play any other sports?

KD: Basketball. I play Power Forward.

 

LAFM: Do you play any other positions?

KD: On my team I’m a wide receiver, but I play running back, tight end or safety.

 

LAFM: If so, where do you see yourself being recruited?

KD: Wide receiver.

 

LAFM: What do you think is your biggest strength as a player and what part of your game are you trying to improve upon most next year?

KD: My biggest weakness is probably my strength. The strongest point of my game is probably just being able to make plays.

 

LAFM: Have you been to any camps at this point? If so, which ones?

KD: Yes sir, I’ve been to an LSU camp and a North Texas camp.

 

LAFM: Which colleges have you received offers from?

KD: I haven’t gotten any offers yet, but North Texas is looking at me though.

 

LAFM: Which schools stick out right now at the top of your list? Is playing close to home a big factor in your recruitment?

KD: I really like North Texas. I like the school and the guy that was recruiting me, he didn’t talk about football, he talked to me about going to school and getting a degree and all that.

 

LAFM: Have you thought about what you might want to study in college?

KD: I want to be a physical therapist.

 

LAFM: Which school is your favorite to play against, or which game gets you the most fired up each year?

KD: Springfield. It’s our rivalry game so it’s a must-win game.

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