Lexington kicker Christian Kinsley committed to Kennesaw State on Sunday.
“After a lot of prayer and talking it over with my family I am proud to say that I have committed to Kennesaw State,” Kinsley tweeted.
Kinsley was the Palmetto Champions Class 4A Specialist of the Year and handled punting and field-goal kicking duties for the Wildcats. He hit the game-winning 18-yard field goal with three seconds left against Spartanburg to send Lexington into its first state title game since 2000.
For the season, Kinlsey was 10-of-14 on field goal attempts, including 4-of-6 from kicks from 40-49 yards out, and averaged nearly 40 yards a punt.
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▪ Dutch Fork quarterback Cole Douglas visited Dartmouth over the weekend. Douglas will visit The Citadel next weekend.
Douglas’ father, Jack, is a former Citadel quarterback. Douglas threw for 2,050 yards and rushed for 1,101 yards with 30 total touchdowns this season.
▪ Airport offensive lineman Noah Moseley committed to Kentucky Christian University of the Mid-South Conference.
▪ Irmo defensive back Phillip Barrett committed to The Citadel over the weekend. Barrett was a North-South All-Star selection.
▪ Airport running back Jonathan Earl will visit Charleston Southern next weekend.
▪ Swansea quarterback/athlete Chance Walker visited Newberry over the weekend. Walker said he also plans to visit Catawba, South Carolina State and, possibly, Lenoir-Rhyne. Walker was a North-South selection and rushed for 1,321 yards last season.
▪ Batesburg-Leesville running back Terrence Wilson visited South Carolina State over the weekend. Wilson, a North-South selection, rushed for 1,877 yards and 32 touchdowns this season and left B-L as the school’s all-time leading rusher and touchdown leader.
Phil Kornblut contributed