Kenneth Goins, who has played running back, fullback, defensive end and linebacker this season, is considered a team player. He has no preference as to which position he plays for The Gilman School in Baltimore, and the lack of a preference will carry over to the college game once he steps foot on campus.
"It doesn't matter, I would play any position," Goins said Tuesday. "I just want to help my team win."
His recruitment hasn't changed much since we last spoke to him in September. He still lists Syracuse, Tulane and Vanderbilt as his top three schools and he has not received any new offers since Navy sent him a written offer during the season.
Goins still plans on visiting ‘Cuse and Tulane, but he will wait until December to go anywhere since his high school season is going so well.
"We've only lost one game," he said of the 6-1 school.
But when the time does come to visit, it may accelerate his decision-making. He originally was set to visit Tulane in November, but he likely won't go until January. His Syracuse visit is still on track for Dec. 9.
"If I go to Syracuse and really like it, I will make a decision then," Goins added.
The 5-foot-10, 210-poiunder added that he feels great physically and he has maintained his weight throughout the season.