"That's a big game for us," said Kennedy. "We're prepared, and we've been working hard. I'm playing defensive tackle and offensive tackle... just trying to help my team win.
"With Jack Britt, I don't know really much about them. I'll play my game and allow our guys to do their thing."
Kennedy, who checks in at 6-foot-4 and 285 pounds, is mainly being recruited as an offensive lineman. He holds scholarship offers from North Carolina, Duke, NC State, Wake Forest, South Carolina, Temple, FIU, and Stanford among others.
"My last visits were to Duke, NC State, and North Carolina," he stated. "That was probably a month or so ago. Those went real well because I got to hang out with the players and get a feel for the programs.
"They were all about the same, but I'm going to try and get back to the different schools and see which one fits me best."
While Kennedy claims to not have a leader, he did indicate that four programs currently stick out.
"The main schools are probably Duke, UNC, NC State, and South Carolina," he said. "Those four are recruiting me hard at this point."
Here are some thoughts from Kennedy on those four schools.
Duke: "I grew up a Duke fan, and when I went there I thought the coaches were cool. They seem to know what they are doing and have the team heading in the right direction."
North Carolina: "The thing that got me was the campus. The stadium is in the middle and everything is right there around it. I liked that."
NC State: "With NC State, the main thing is the vibe I get from the players. When I went on my visit I hung out with all the players and really liked them. They seemed a lot like me, and I felt comfortable there."
South Carolina: "My first offer came from South Carolina so that stands out. Plus, I have a strong connection with the coaches there."
Is Kennedy in a hurry to make a decision?
"Not really, but it will probably be soon," he said. "I'm thinking of maybe doing it in the middle of the season.
"I want to get back up to all the schools again. I'm hoping to make it to a bunch of games this summer."