The 6' 4", 220 pound defensive end has helped Polytechnic to a 7-1 start and has collected 66 tackles and 14 sacks along the way.
"I am just stopping the run better," added
Kenny Rowe. "I am better because because I am working harder in the off season
to get my strength up and to help my techniques. Football is like a job. The more
you work, the better you get."
Kenny has taken two official visits
to Arizona (9/30) and California (10/21).
"Arizona was cool. The campus
and new business school is what stood out the most. California was real cool too.
It was homecoming. They had a good game against Oregon."
this perspective on what official visits means for student/athletes.
visits let you see how the players are and what they do before the games and you
get a true feel for the school."
Kenny is in the process of setting
up an official visit with one of his top schools.
"I am in the middle
of setting up a visit with Oregon right now. They have a good team and their campus
should be pretty cool. They are ranked high and have good academics."
are also a few more schools that Rowe continues to show strong interest in.
am still looking at Fresno State, Nebraska, and Ole Miss real hard. Ole Miss was
the first school to offer me, and Coach Orgeron recruited some of my people (brother).
Our family has a good comfort level with him. Nebraska has good tradition, and
Fresno has a good team and coach."
Three coaches have made the biggest
impact with Rowe.
"Coaches Don Pellum (Oregon), Delgado (California),
and Nielsen (Ole Miss) are the guys that I have developed the closest relationship
When asked which school wanted him the most; two schools came
"Oregon and Ole Miss are recruiting me the hardest."
Rebels have a connection with California DE
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