Speedy DE on the Rocket Recruiting Radar

Toledo made some changes to their defensive line this year, in an attempt to add speed to get more pressure on the opposing quarterback. One 2009 prospect that is on Toledo's radar has the speed that Toledo is looking for with a 4.57 forty time. Does he have an interest in the Rockets?

Kenneth Agee missed several games as a junior in 2007 due to injury, yet he still managed to produce some nice stats with 35 tackles, 2 sacks, 1 forced fumble, 3 fumble recoveries, and 5 tackles for loss.

The 6-4, 215 pound Agee can play defensive end, wide receiver, and tight end. He runs a sold forty yard dash, with a 4.57 time.

He attended camps at Ohio State, Akron, and Bowling Green over the summer.

Entering his senior season, Agee has been hearing from Toledo, Ball State, and Michigan State, but he is still waiting for his first offer.

So where do the Rockets rank to Kenneth?

"I love the program," Agee recently told Rocket Digest. "The coaching staff is very hands on and have a huge amount of experience. The are consistantly a power in the MAC," Agee concluded.

While he has not received an offer from Toledo, Kenneth would be very excited if he does get one fromt he Rockets. "I would love to play for them," Agee told Rocket Digest when speaking about Toledo. He added, "I have not visited the campus yet, but I hope I will get the chance to this fall."

Toledo is defintely one of Kenneth's favorite schools, along with four others. "Some of my favorite schools besides Toledo are Michigan State, Ohio State, West Virginia, and Ball State," said Agee.

Kenneth is a hard worker in the classroom, holding a 3.1 GPA. He is also a hard worker on the field, and sees that as a strength. "My best assets are my willingness to do anything a coach asks me, my work ethic, and my attitude," said Kenneth.

Agee says that he does not currently have a timeframe for making a college decision and right now is just waiting for that first offer. His high school team, the Shaker Heights Raiders, had a disappointing 1-9 season last year, but hope to be a lot better in 2008 with many offensive skill players returning.

Keep tuned to Rocket Digest during Kenneth's senior season as we keep you updated on his season and his status as a Toledo Rocket football prospect.

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