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Wetumpka's Brandon Kennedy embraces attention

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WETUMPKA, AL (WSFA) -

He leads the charge up front for the Wetumpka Indians offensive line.

Brandon Kennedy is a name college coaches across the coaches are becoming familiar with.

"Well, I had the Rivals camp in March and I proved myself there. After that, my recruiting shot up. I'm up to 22 offers right now. I have a couple of SEC and SEC schools. So, I have some pretty big attention on me," said Kennedy.

22 offers are already on the table for Kennedy.

Plenty more will soon be on the way.

Kennedy is ranked the number one center in the nation by Rivals.com. 

He is a very popular man because of it.

"I have at least three coaches talk to me every day from different schools. A day never goes by where I don't talk to a coach. It's a lot. I'm trying to take it day-by-day. I want to try to make a decision before my senior season," Kennedy said.

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