2015 NFL DRAFT

Kenny Demens, ILB

School: Michigan  |  Conference: BIG10
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Oak Park, MI
Height/Weight: 6-1 / 245 lbs.
Projected Ranking
OverallPositionProj. Rnd.
47120-
Career Notes
Four-year letterman ... appeared in 51 consecutive contests; made 33 starts at middle linebacker ... surpassed 200 career tackles vs. Notre Dame (Sept. 22, 2012) ... surpassed 100 career tackles vs. Notre Dame (Sept. 10, 2011) ... recorded double digit tackles in seven games in 2011.
2012 Season
Started 13 games at middle linebacker ... OHIO STATE (Nov. 24) ... notched nine total tackles ... IOWA (Nov. 17) ... recorded five tackles, including one tackle-for-loss ... NORTHWESTERN (Nov. 10) ... tallied nine tackles, including eight solo and two tackles-for-loss ... MINNESOTA (Nov. 3) ... notched 10 tackles, including five solo and one tackle-for-loss ... NEBRASKA (Oct. 27) ... notched 10 tackles, including five solo and one tackle-for-loss ... MICHIGAN STATE (Oct. 20) ... recorded six total tackles ... ILLINOIS (Oct. 13) ... registered eight total tackles, one tackle for loss, and his first career interception that he returned for 13 yards ... PURDUE (Oct. 6) ... tallied six solo tackles ... NOTRE DAME (Sept. 22) ... recorded six tackles ... surpassed 200 career tackles ... AIR FORCE (Sept. 8) ... tallied seven tackles, six of which were solo ... ALABAMA (Sept. 1) ... made three tackles ... reached 100 career solo tackles.
2011 Season
Earned third varsity letter ... All-Big Ten honorable mention (coaches/media) ... Phil Steele's Postseason All-Big Ten second team selection and Midseason All-Big Ten third team selection ... received U-M's Roger Zatkoff Award as the team's top linebacker ... appeared in all 13 games; started all 13 games at middle linebacker and played in all 13 on special teams ... team's leading tackler with 94 stops ... VIRGINIA TECH (Jan. 3) ... made eight tackles and recorded second career pass breakup ... OHIO STATE (Nov. 26) ... registered eight tackles and an assisted sack ... NEBRASKA (Nov. 19) ... posted five tackles, an assisted sack and first career PBU ... ILLINOIS (Nov. 12) ... recorded seven tackles, a TFL and second career sack for a loss of 14 yards ... IOWA (Nov. 5) ... seventh career game with double-digit tackles (11), had one TFL ... NORTHWESTERN (Oct. 8).. ... led the team with 10 tackles, posting a TFL and first career sack ... sixth career double-digit tackle performance ... SAN DIEGO STATE (Sept. 24) ... tied for the team lead with seven tackles and recorded first career forced fumble ... NOTRE DAME (Sept. 10) ... tallied a team-high 12 tackles.
2010 Season
Earned second varsity letter ... played in all 13 games and made seven starts at middle linebacker ... team's third-leading tackler with 82 tackles ... also recorded 1.5 TFLs and one pass breakup ... special teams contributor ... saw game action on special teams vs. Connecticut (Sept. 4) ... played as a reserve at middle linebacker and contributed on special teams against Notre Dame (Sept. 11), assisting on one tackle ... had four tackles as a reserve strongside linebacker and on special teams vs. Massachusetts (Sept. 18) ... set a career high with five tackles, including one for a loss of two yards, at middle linebacker and special teams vs. Bowling Green (Sept. 25) ... recorded one solo tackle as a reserve middle linebacker at Indiana (Oct. 2) ... appeared as a reserve middle linebacker and on special teams vs. Michigan State (Oct. 9) ... made his first collegiate start at middle linebacker vs. Iowa (Oct. 16), setting a career high with eight tackles ... finished with a career-high of 12 tackles, including an assisted TFL, in start at Penn State (Oct. 30) ... posted double-digit tackles (10) for the second consecutive week and broke up his first career pass in start vs. Illinois (Nov. 6) ... tallied seven tackles in start at Purdue (Nov. 13) ... set a new career high with 13 stops in start vs. Wisconsin (Nov. 20) ... registered eight tackles in start at Ohio State (Nov. 27) ... matched his career high with a game-high 13 tackles in start vs. Mississippi State (Jan. 1) in the Gator Bowl.
2009 Season
Earned first varsity letter ... played in all 12 games on special teams ... posted seven special teams stops ... made career debut on special teams vs. Western Michigan (Sept. 5), making two tackles ... saw action on special teams vs. Notre Dame (Sept. 12) ... played linebacker and special teams vs. Eastern Michigan (Sept. 19) ... assisted on a special teams stop vs. Indiana (Sept. 26) ... played special teams and on goal line defense at Michigan State (Oct. 3) and Iowa (Oct. 10) ... appeared at middle linebacker and on special teams units vs. Delaware State (Oct. 17), assisting on a tackle ... earned an assisted tackle on special teams against Penn State (Oct. 24) ... saw game action at weakside linebacker and on special teams against Illinois (Oct. 31) ... contributed on special teams vs. Purdue (Nov. 7) ... posted two stops at linebacker and played on special teams against Wisconsin (Nov. 14) ... played linebacker and special teams vs. Ohio State (Nov. 21).
2008 Season
Redshirted.
High School
Attended Detroit Country Day High School (2007) coached by Dan McClean ... Great 8 Award recipient from the Mid-Michigan Touchdown Club, a chapter of the National Football Foundation ... maxed out at 375 pounds on bench press ... Key Statistics ... collected 163 tackles, 14.5 tackles for loss, 7.5 sacks, and three forced fumbles from linebacker position during his senior year ... tallied 11 tackles in the Division 4 title game ... threw for three touchdowns and returned a kickoff for a 67-yard touchdown as a senior ... totaled 90 tackles and 15 tackles for loss as a junior ... Honors and Rankings ... rated four stars, the No. 23 linebacker and the No. 8-ranked player in the state of Michigan by Rivals.com ... three-star prospect and the No. 22 player at his position by Scout.com ... PrepStar Magazine All-Midwest Region team ... named to Detroit Free Press All-State Dream Team.
Personal
Kenny Demens was born Feb. 4, 1990 ... attended Michigan Summer Football Camp ... enrolled in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts, majoring in general studies.
 
Latest News
11/10/2012 - Michigan put together a second-half comeback and kept its narrowing Rose Bowl hopes alive with a 38-31 overtime victory over Northwestern on Saturday at Michigan Stadium. Quarterback Devin Gardner scored on a one-yard touchdown run in overtime, and linebacker Kenny Demens stopped Tony Jones of Northwestern on fourth-and-two to end the game. Gardner started at quarterback in place of Denard Robinson, who sat out his second straight game because of an ulnar nerve injury in his right arm. Venric Mark gave Northwestern a 7-0 lead less than seven minutes into the game on a three-yard touchdown run that completed a 10-play, 78-yard drive. Less than six minutes later, Gardner tied the game on an eight-yard touchdown run, diving to the end zone and clipping the pylon with the football. Gardner's touchdown run completed a 10-play, 78-yard drive for the Wolverines, aided by 20 yards in penalties against the Wildcats. - The Sports Xchange

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