BASKETBALL - M
BASKETBALL - W
GOLF - M
GOLF - W
TENNIS - M
TENNIS - W
TRACK & FIELD
Sat, May 03
Football 11:00 AM
vs. Spring Game
PERSONAL — Born Jeffrey Melvin Kendall on Jan. 1, 1986 in San Jose, Calif. Parents: Richard and Linda Kendall. Family: One brother. High School (Coach): Air Academy (Brian Sherman) 2004. Major: Sociology. Redshirt: 2004.
2008 — A four-year letterwinner, appeared in 12 games as a senior, starting twice at center and five times at left guard ... Named to the Pac-10 all-academic first team ... Surpassed 50 snaps on four occasions, including a career-best 66 in the season-opener vs. Washington ... Part of a UO offensive line that helped set the school record for rushing offense and was ranked second nationally at 280.1 yards per game.
2007 — Lettered for a third straight year as a versatile reserve on the offensive line ... Appeared in eight games for the second season in a row, playing a then-career-best 22 snaps vs. Washington State ... Also saw the field for 10 plays vs. Fresno State and 12 plays vs. South Florida in the Sun Bowl.
2006 — Worked his way onto the field for eight games, including the last five outings of the regular season, while playing a reserve role behind a veteran offensive line ... Took part in 21 snaps against Portland State as well as 17 at Arizona State.
2005 — Spent the majority of the year becoming accustomed to the rigors of play in the Pac-10 while playing behind an all-conference center ... Stepped onto the field for five of the first seven games, including 12 snaps at Stanford, before ailments over the course of school’s final five contests limited his participation to only eight plays in the regular-season finale vs. Oregon State.
2004 — Redshirt season ... Earned mention as scout team’s offensive player of the week for aiding preparations prior to the win over Washington.
HIGH SCHOOL — The PrepStar honorable mention All-American was rated among Colorado’s top 10 prep prospects by Rivals.com while paving the way for a 2003 squad that averaged 233 yards on the ground ... Earned 4A second-team all-state accolades following a senior season in which he assisted the Kadets to a 6-4 ledger, and was a two-time first-team all-Foothills Conference honoree.