Michigan State’s Kenny Willekes Gets Another Huge Honor
After already being named the Big Ten's Defensive Lineman of the Year, defensive end Kenny Willekes, who was a walk-on player for Michigan State in 2015, has been named to the second team All-American team.
According to MLive.com, Kenny, who graduated from Grand Rapids' NorthPointe Christian High School, had 76 total tackles, 8.5 sacks and 20.5 tackles for a loss this season.
The only problem: Kenny might have had TOO good of a year. He hasn't yet said whether or not he'll be back to play his senior year at State - or go pro. He's projected to be a top ten defensive end if he decides to declare himself eligible for the NFL draft.
Nice going, Kenny. Here's the story.
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