79  Kenyun Glover
Kenyun Glover

RS Senior

Memphis, TN

High School:
Overton HS

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 307

Offensive Guard


A returning three year letterman who was moved from defensive tackle to offensive guard in the later stages of the 2003 season ... Due to strength and speed, has moved up the depth chart and could become a starter in the offensive line by fall camp ... 2003: A veteran defensive tackle who lettered for the third-consecutive season in 2003 ... Was moved to offensive guard after injury to Andrew Handy ... Played in each game for the Tigers working with Albert Means, LaVale Washington and Eric Taylor ... Was credited with single tackles in the first three games of the season, Tennessee Tech, Ole Miss and Southern Mississippi ... Registered one tackle in the Mississippi State game ... Saw extended duty in the defensive front against Houston ... Registered three tackles in the Tigers' road win over the Cougars ... Logged one tackle in the Memphis win over East Carolina ... Was moved to offensive guard in the final weeks of the season due to injuries to Andrew Handy ... Participated in 20 plays against USF and also logged 20 offensive snaps in the 2003 New Orleans Bowl ... Was one of the Memphis starters at defensive tackle during the 2001 and 2002 seasons ... Lettered for the second-consecutive season at defensive tackle ... Received the Glenn Jones 12th Man Award in 2002 ... Enters fall camp as the slated starter at defensive tackle for the Tigers ... Spent the spring of 2003 working with LaVale Washington at tackle and will reunite with junior Albert Means in fall camp ... 2002: Was a starter at defensive tackle for Memphis in eight games and played in all 12 contests of 2002 ... Was the ninth leading tackler for the defensive unit and was credited with 35 stops for the season ... Had seven tackles for a 21 yards lost ... Also added two quarterback sacks and two forced fumbles ... Opened the season with two tackles against Murray State ... Added two tackles in the Ole Miss game and had three stops in the Southern Mississippi contest ... Contributed six tackles in the Memphis win over Tulane ... Ran off four-consecutive games with two tackles including, UAB, Louisville, Mississippi State and Cincinnati ... Logged his first quarterback sack of the season against Louisville ... Picked up four tackles in the Houston contest, before registering a season and career-high seven tackles and a forced fumble against USF ... Logged three tackles, three tackles for lost yardage, one quarterback sack and one forced fumble in victory over Army ... Closed the 2002 season with three tackles against TCU ... 2001: Appeared in all 11 games for the Tigers ... Registered two tackles against Mississippi State which was his first collegiate game ... Had three tackles against UT-Chattanooga ... Was credited with three stops in the Louisville contest and matched the three tackles the following week against Southern Mississippi ... Posted two additional three-tackle games against UAB and Tennessee ... Injured his ankle after Tennessee ... Had two stops in the Army victory but did not have a tackle against Cincinnati ... Finished the season with 22 tackles, including 13 solo stops ... Also logged two tackles for lost yardage (-14) and one quarterback sack (-10) ... His tackles for lost yardage came against Louisville and his quarterback sack came in the season opener with Mississippi State on national TV ... Spent the fall of 2001 as a reserve at nose tackle ... Worked with Boris Penchion and Doug Whittaker in the interior of the defensive front ... 2000: Was redshirted during the 2000 season while working as a defensive tackle for the Tigers ... Did not participate in a regular season game ... Spent the fall of 2000 playing defensive tackle for the defensive scout team ... Worked against the Tigers' number one offense throughout the fall ... Worked behind Calvin Lewis and Jarvis Slaton at defensive tackle ... Received the 2000 Rex Dockery Scholarship ... Prep: Lettered in both football and basketball at Overton High School in Memphis ... Lettered for four years in football and for three years in basketball ... Was selected first team all-region as an offensive lineman and was named second team as a defensive lineman ... Was credited with 70 tackles, five quarterback sacks, five tackles for lost yardage and two fumble recoveries in helping lead Overton High to a 5-5 record in 1999 ... Had 12 tackles and one sack in the Collierville game ... Logged 24 tackles and one tackle for lost yardage in the Germantown game ... Career totals read 214 total tackles, four fumble recoveries, 16 quarterback sacks and 10 tackles for lost yardage ... Also lettered as a power forward in basketball ... Was a member of the National Honor Society ... Played for coach Mitch Davis at Overton High ... Is the son of Charles and Mary Middlebrook ... Was ranked 31st in his class of 298 ... Born: 11/8/81.

Tackles	G/S 	UT 	AT 	Tot. 	FR 	Int 	TFL	Sack
2000			Redshirted Did Not Play
2001	11/6	13	9	22	0	0	2-14	1-10
2002	12/7	23	15	38	0	0	5.5-21	2-15
2003	12/1	1	7	8	0	0	0-0	0-0
2004	12/0	0	0	0	0	0	0-0	0-0
Totals	47/14	37	31	68	0	0	7.5-35	3-25

GLOVER'S CAREER HIGHS Most Tackles/Game: 7 vs USF (`02) Most Solo Tackles/Game: 4 vs Houston & USF ('02) Most Assisted Tackles/Game: 3 vs Tulane & USF (`02) Most Tackles For Loss/Game: 3 vs Army (`02) Most Quarterback Sacks/Game: 1 three times
GLOVER'S STATISTICS Offensive Line Games/Starts Snaps/Total Snaps 2003 13/0 40/1000 (was moved to offensive guard for final two games of 2003 season)

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