Personal: Kenny was born on January 31, 1987 and grew up in Mableton, GA. He attended South Cobb High School and primarily played quarterback for the football team. He earned all-county honors as both a junior and senior and gained over 2,000 total yards his final year at South Cobb.
Professional Career: Kenny was drafted by the Denver Broncos in the 5th round of the 2009 NFL Draft with the 141st overall pick.
Collegiate Career: Kenny accepted a scholarship to the University of South Carolina after he graduated from high school and he would go on to become one of the most storied receivers in Gamecock history. As a freshman, he appeared in all 12 games and started 6 of them. His first breakthrough season occurred in his second year with the Gamecocks when he started all 13 games and amassed over 50 catches for 880 yards. During his junior campaign, Kenny caught a single-season record 77 catches for 968 yards. For his performance, he was given thrid-team All-America honors by the NFL Draft Report and honorable mention from College Football News. He was named first-team All-SEC by the SEC coaches, the Associated Press, and CollegeFootballNews.com During his senior year, he started only 10 games due to a hamstring injury and finished the year with 54 receptions for 642 yards and 4 touchdowns. Kenny finished his career at South Carolina with 207 receptions for 2,781 yards, both of which are school-records. He also finished his career with 19 touchdowns to his name. His coach at South Carolina was the legendary Steve Spurrier, who has described Kenny as the best wide receiver he has ever coached.