1. Kade Hensley

    Kade Hensley

    Height: 5" 10' | Weight: 175lbs

    Class of 2021 | TN

    Kicker Rating:

    Punter Rating:

    • #5

      Ranked Kicker

    • #7

      Ranked Punter

Kohl's Comments

Hensley recently attended the 2018 Southern Spring Showcase and had an outstanding day. The ball jumps off his foot and he showed excellent refinement in his field goals and punts at camp. He averaged just under 37 yards per punt and had a high hang-time of 4.44 seconds at camp. He also made 6 charted field goals and showed advanced skill during the field goal portion of camp. His big ball during kickoffs was a 69 yard 3.95 second kick-off. Hensley earned an invite to the Kohl’s Future Stars Event in January of 2018 after a solid performance during the 2017 December Showcase Series. He had a great performance at camp and is close to moving up in the Kohl's rankings. He hit an impressive 50 yard 4.5 seconds of hang time during the charting of punts.

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Athlete Bio

Kade Harrison Hensley.

Kicker/Punter Science Hill High School Head Coach Stacy Carter

Twitter: @hensley_kade

Awards & Honors

  • Thomas Alexander Dugger Jr Leadership Award 5/17
  • Mr. Cyclone award 5/17
  • Team Captain Football and Baseball teams
  • Special teams player of the game 8/18/17 vs Science Hill
  • Special team player of the game 8/25/17 vs South Greene
  • Special team player of the game 9/1/17 vs Sullivan East
  • Player of the week 9/1/17


  • GPA: 4.0

Camp Results


May 20, 2018 Southern Spring Showcase


Dec 17, 2017 Southern Winter Showcase

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