Kleg Kennedy is stuck in Brandon Scott’s shadow. But, if he has his way, it will not be for long.
During his senior season, Lampasas dual-threat quarterback Scott was named District 25-3A MVP after accounting for 16 touchdowns and almost 1,400 yards of offense, in addition to his roles as starting punter and safety. His combined efforts helped the Badgers earn their first district championship since 1989, while elevating Scott into small-town superstar status.
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