"I really enjoyed the camp," Kennedy told Inside The Auburn Tigers. "I learned some new techniques to take back with me to work on at my high school so I can get better. I learned some new things on both my pass sets and in the running game."
Playing sparingly as a freshman for the Indians, Kennedy said he expects to start at either right or left tackle for the 6A program as a 10th-grader. With good feet and quickness and just coming into his own physically, Kennedy said he feels like he already has a good feel for his pass sets heading into the 2012 season.
"I like my pass protection," Kennedy said. "I think that's one of the my strengths as a player."
Hearing from Auburn, Oregon early on and interested in Oklahoma State and Alabama as well, he said that having the chance to attend camps is something he hopes will help him down the road on the recruiting trail.
With still three years of high school remaining before he heads to college, Kennedy said his goals are still very grounded at the moment because he has to take care of business before he can live out his dreams.
"My goals are to get all A's in school," Kennedy said. "Last year I had one B. I want to get at least five pancake blocks a game as well."