19 Kendall Gregory-McGhee  
Kendall Gregory-McGhee

RS Senior

Aurora, Colo.

High School:
Cherokee Trail HS

Height / Weight:
6-5 / 273

Tight End


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2012 • JUNIOR SEASON: Missed the season with an injury.

2011 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: Appeared in 11 games • made five tackles (three solo, two assisted) with 1.5 tackles-for-loss • earned second varsity letter • recorded first tackle of the season vs. North Dakota State (9/24) • tallied two solo stops in Big Ten opener at Michigan (10/1) • recorded a tackle-for-loss at Purdue (10/8) • notched one tackle at Northwestern (11/19)• earned his second varsity letter.

2010 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Appeared in all 12 games including one start • made four tackles (three solo) in 2010 • recorded his first-career sack against USC (9/18) • made his first-career start against Purdue (10/16), making one solo stop and breaking up a pass • earned his first varsity letter.

2009: Redshirted.

HIGH SCHOOL: Helped his Cherokee Trail High School team reach the 5A playoffs in just the school's fifth year in existence • earned All-Colorado honors from the Denver Post • was also named first-team All-Class 5A by the Denver Post • named all-state, all-league and all-city as both a defensive end and punter • ranked as the No. 4 senior in the State of Colorado by Rivals.com • ranked No. 35 in the nation as an athlete by Rivals • ranked as the No. 44 tight end in the nation by Scout.com • ESPN.com and Scouts rated him as the 28th-best tight end in the country • earned three-star ratings from Scout and Rivals • recorded 71 tackles and eight sacks in 2008 from his defensive end position • was selected to play in the 2009 Colorado All-Star game • earned all-league honors as a tight end and punter following his junior season • also a standout track and field athlete, he holds his school high jump record (6-feet, 3-inches) and has recorded a 42-foot triple jump • also a basketball letterwinner for a Cherokee Trail team that went 25-1 last season • will have earned 11 varsity letters by the end of his high school career • coached by Monte Thelen.

PERSONAL: Born June 1, 1991 • son of Kanavis McGhee and Brooke Gregory • English major • father was an All-America linebacker for Colorado and played in the NFL for the New York Giants, Cincinnati Bengals and Houston Oilers • grandfather Ben Gregory played running back for Nebraska and was a member of the Huskers' all-century team • uncle Morgan Gregory played wide receiver for Nebraska • half-brother Davyon McGhee played linebacker at Kansas State and half-brother Jacory McGhee played wide receiver at Tyler Junior College.