"I'm doing good," James said. "I'm doing great. I just got back from Fresno State. It was awesome. I got a chance to talk to Coach (Pat) Hill. They've got a good football program there and I feel Coach Hill has turned that program around a lot. If you look back before Coach got there they weren't the same. He stepped in and turned it around."
James was hosted by an old friend. "Marque Davis," he said. "He was a Dos (Palos) grad from 1999
and he was my host." Kenny's almost done taking visits, with the possibility of one more.
"I don't have any other visits set up. I talked to a coach from the University of Arizona and
want me to either take a trip there on the 18th or the 25th. I'm not sure if I'm going to take it or not. I
just need to figure out if I'm ready to decide or if I need to take another trip to figure it out."
News of Washington's running backs coach Tony Alford leaving the program have filtered down to
Dos Palos. "Well, I haven't talked to Coach Neuheisel in a while," James said. "The last I heard, I
heard the running backs coach
is going to Iowa State, so I don't know much about that."
What's next for Kenny? "Well the main thing that's going through my head right now is where am I
going to spend the next
four or five years? Is is going to be Washington, which is where I would like it to be, or
As of right now I'm going to be conservative and ease my way through the recruiting process and
figure out which team I want to go to." Kenny had previously committed to Coach Neuheisel and the
Huskies with the idea he was still open to other places. It looks like it's down to two now. "I really
don't know which school I want to go to. I like both schools a lot. Hopefully I can make my decision
in a couple of days. I hope. It's getting a little rough. I'm not
that big on distance from home and I don't want to get somewhere I'm not too happy with and need
to come home. I don't want to be in that type of an environment."
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