Top 200 Seniors - #15 Kenny Demens

A defensive captain and key locker room presence for Detroit Country Day, LB Kenny Demens was one of the state's steadiest players and helped lead the YellowJackets to the brink of a state championship. Along the way, he also committed to the Wolverines of Michigan.

Every time I watch Kenny Demens play, it seems like he ends up with 15-20 tackles, but he never makes the highlight reel type play. He isn't flashy, he just gets the job done and that is what you want from a linebacker.

He is always in the right place at the right time and he was a vocal and emotional leader for his team. This is a mature young man who won't give his coaches any problems at all.

At Michigan, well, I expect Kenny to be able to contribute early in his career as a special teamer. The biggest thing he needs to do to play at linebacker right away is get in the weight room and get stronger. He is a fine form tackler and that would only improve with better strength.

A nose for the ball, sure tackling, instincts, character, leadership, all that and more make up Kenny Demens, our 15th ranked senior for the class of 2008.

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#19 Rocko Khoury - OT - TC West
#20 Trenton Robinson - CB - Bay City Central
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