Kenny Ingram is one of the top big athletes in the nation this year. At 6-4 and 195 pounds as a high school junior, Ingram is listed at safety, but he is already bigger than most linebacker prospects at this stage of his career. He excels on the offensive side of the ball as well, and he could make a tremendous tight end or maybe even a wide receiver.
One thing is for sure, schools are interested in just getting him on campus;
they'll figure out the best place for him once he gets there. His favorites have
been numbered at four for a while, how are things going now?
"I have my visit to Miami this weekend," said Ingram. "I'm going
to Florida State (1-9), Florida (1-16), and Georgia (1-23) in January. All of
those coaches have come by the house this week. Coaches from Florida and Florida
State were here on Sunday. Georgia came by on Monday, and Florida State and
Miami were here on Tuesday."
When asked about the possibility of playing with teammate teammate Aaron Jones
on the next level, and Ingram had this to say:
"I think that's an above average possibility."
Ingram has been selected to play in the Florida/California All-Star Game.
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