Former Alabama DL Kenny King Discusses Playing Under Mike DuBose and Coaching HS
Kenny King got a chance that most kids playing in the state of Alabama dream of.
He played high school football down in Daphne High School and his ability on the field led him to the University of Alabama. After playing under head coach Mike DuBose, King would leave Alabama to be drafted in the fifth round to the Arizona Cardinals where he collected 17 total tackles in four seasons.
King has used his knowledge from playing with the Crimson Tide and the NFL and brought it back to the high school where it all started to become the head coach of Daphne High School.
The former Alabama defensive lineman joined The Game with Ryan Fowler to reflect back on his playing days at Alabama, playing with Shaun Alexander, and coaching high school football at Daphne High School and using what he learned at Alabama in his coaching, and coaching Alabama commit Christian Williams.
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