Draft Scout Snapshot: 2010: Started 11 of the 14 games in which he played. Led the Huskers with 44 receptions that covered 494 yards, finished second on the team with five touchdown receptions. Cover 142 yards on six kickoff returns (23.6 avg). Broke out at Washington with 180 all-purpose yards, including five receptions for 105 yards. 2009: Played in 13 games, starting two. Caught 15 passes for 141 yards, with 14 of those receptions coming in the final eight games. JUCO: Earned first-team All-Jayhawk League honors at Fort Scott CC as he caught 62 passes for 845 yards and 10 touchdowns. Also returned two kickoffs for 79 yards for Coach Jeff Sims. Heart of Texas Bowl's MVP after catching a touchdown pass and blocking a punt against Blinn College. Sat out 2007 as a redshirt while also playing basketball.
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Draft Scout Brandon Kinnie News
04/23/12 - There are several factors working against Brandon Kinnie as the former Nebraska receiver looks forward to the NFL draft. Kinnie knows them all, too. He lacked attention-getting numbers as a senior, catching 22 passes — and scoring just once — after having twice as many receptions the year before. He was denied some valuable exposure that others received by not being invited to any postseason all-star games or the NFL Combine. He played a position at NU that has little to no history when it comes to producing NFL draftees and players. As much as Kinnie might appear to be a long shot, he refuses to acknowledge it and has gone through his pre-draft routine no less sure of himself or his chances than before. It takes some looking to find Kinnie on most lists of receiver rankings with the three-day draft set to begin Thursday night. The 6-foot-3, 218-pounder is not among the Top 50 on some. But Kinnie thinks he showed his speed at the Huskers' pro day last month — running 4.41 in the 40-yard dash — and made good impressions on teams with how he tested and carried himself. He got a chance to work out for New England coach Bill Belichick the following day, when Belichick was in Lincoln for the NU spring coaches clinic, and did the same for Kansas City on April 10. "The feedback's been good," Kinnie said. "Everybody said they were pleased with my ability and how I can move, and with my character. "All I pray is that I get a fair shot." - Rich Kaipust, The Omaha World-Herald