By Jerry Williamson
After stops in Georgia, Texas and Washington -- Generation Nexxt travels this week to the Midwest region to spotlight perhaps the most elusive running back in the country, who's stationed in West Chester, OH named Corey J. Kiner, who's described as a human highlight-reel, who found the end zone an astonishing (35) times for the 2016 season, having the athletic ability to make defenders miss in open space and hurdled over them.
West Chester Township is the stomping grounds to notable and active NFL players center Ryan Kelly (Indianapolis Colts) and linebacker Jordan Hicks (Philadelphia Eagles). This upcoming fall, Kiner will enroll at Roger Bacon High School and compete in both football and track and field. The state of Ohio No. 1 ranked athlete, has the potential to become his town next highly-touted recruit, and commit to his dream school as one of the jewels of Ohio State Urban Meyer's future recruiting classes.
Kiner is ranked the No. 2 running back in the country and No. 11 overall prospect via Generation Nexxt's National Rankings (Class of 2021) who possesses the top-end speed to take it the distance from anywhere on the gridirion. Kiner's is a "B" student and his desire to be the best, pushes him in and outside of the classroom. His main goal in high school is to start varsity as a freshman, contend for, and win multiple state titles.
Kiner favorite NFL team is the Green Bay Packers and he'll like to major in nutrition and sports medicine. He's also the city champion in the 100 and 200 meters and can dunk a basketball. Kiner is certainly someone to watch over the next four years. The future phenom, have earned his team MVP award for seven consecutive seasons. Proving he's a consisted playermaker. This past season, the All-American selection, turned heads by unanimously, earning the game's overall MVP trophy, and was a member of the West Chester Travel Elite. This young man has a bright future.