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Notre Dame football: Braden Lenzy needs a Kevin Austin-like final season

The Notre Dame football team is short when it comes to numbers at the wide receiver position, but that does not mean the group is not loaded with talent. During the 2021 college football season, the Notre Dame football team needed someone to step up and be the No. 1 wideout on the roster. For Kevin Austin Jr., this was a chance to not only help the program out after an injury-riddled career but also a chance to bolster his NFL resume.
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Kevin Austin, Jr. Could Emerge as a Receiving Threat for the Commanders

School: University of Notre Dame | Conference: FBS Independent. Kevin Austin Jr. is a 4-star recruit who had a rocky road in his collegiate career with the Fighting Irish. He was suspended for violating team rules in 2019, and suffered two-foot injuries in 2020, leading to almost no production. As a junior, Austin Jr. was the feature receiver for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in the 2021 season with 48 receptions, 888 receiving yards, and 7 TDs.

NFL Combine Recap: Notre Dame Receiver Kevin Austin

The 2022 NFL Scouting Combine has come to a close. Many of the top NFL Draft prospects made their way to Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis for a workout in an attempt to put on a show for scouts, general managers and coaches in attendance. Here are the official numbers...
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Combine Results For Kevin Austin and Jack Coan

The 2022 NFL Scouting Combine got started off with a bang on Thursday, putting the quarterback, wide receiver and tight end classes on full display. The results were some of the more outrageous wide receiver testing in recent memory, along with some overall rock solid tight end showings. The quarterback group was a little more volatile, seeing a lot of signal callers choosing to not test but settling on showing off their arms instead.

NFL Combine: Notre Dame’s Jack Coan and Kevin Austin impress with 40 times

The 2022 NFL Combine is underway, and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish have already produced a couple of pleasant surprises. Quarterback Jack Coan was never known for his feet during his time with the Irish or with the Wisconsin Badgers. He wasn’t exactly the prototypical read-option quarterback if you know what I mean. If someone would have offered an over/under of 5 seconds as a Jack Coan 40 time at the combine, I would have to imagine that most people would take the over.

Kevin Austin named Star-Herald president

After a few months without a publisher, the Scottsbluff Star-Herald, Gering Courier and Hemingford Ledger have a new captain of the ship in Lansing, Michigan-native Kevin Austin; however, instead of publisher, Austin will hold the title of president. “I’m excited,” Austin said. “I want to get immersed into the community,...

NFL Draft Evaluation For Notre Dame WR Kevin Austin

A once highly touted recruit out of Ft. Lauderdale (Florida) North Broward Prep, Notre Dame wide receiver Kevin Austin entered South Bend with a ton of expectations. After a turbulent beginning to his career, Austin offered a snapshot into his upside during the 2021 season, enough that Austin considered it to be an appropriate opportunity to enter the 2022 NFL Draft despite eligibility remaining.

Notre Dame WR Kevin Austin Entering the NFL Draft

According to sources, Irish Illustrated has learned that receiver Kevin Austin is expected to enter the 2022 NFL Draft. The news was reported this morning to our VIP subscribers. Barring a change of heart, one that the Irish coaching staff would love to see occur, we’re told Austin is leaning...

Kevin Austin Declares For The NFL Draft

Notre Dame senior wide receiver Kevin Austin announced today that he is declaring for the 2022 NFL Draft. Austin had a bit of a breakout season for the Irish, hauling in 48 passes for 888 yards and seven touchdowns, all career highs. The senior led the Irish offense in receiving yards, yards per catch (18.5) and tied for the team lead with seven touchdowns.

Notre Dame receiver Kevin Austin reportedly makes decision on future

Notre Dame’s leading receiver, Kevin Austin, has reportedly made his decision on whether to return to school for a final season or to enter the NFL Draft. According to The Athletic’s Pete Sampson, Austin will be foregoing his remaining eligibility and entering the NFL Draft. “According to multiple...

WATCH: Kevin Austin scores late to tighten Notre Dame-Oklahoma State game

Notre Dame began possession 16 from its own 25-yard line with 2:16 remaining in the game. On 1st and 10, Jack Coan was incomplete to Logan Diggs. Seemed, once again, like pass interference but it went uncalled. On 2nd and 10, Coan threw it to Michael Mayer, who slipped and couldn’t come up with it. On 3rd and 10, Coan threw it to Braden Lenzy, who made a great catch. It went for a first down and 17 yards. On 1st and 10 from the ND 42, Jarrett Patterson was hit with a false start penalty. On 1st and 15, Coan couldn’t connect with Mayer. On 2nd and 15, Logan Diggs rushed for 13 yards to the 50. On 3rd and 2, Coan found Lorenzo Styles for a first down and a gain of 15. On 1st and 10, Coan was incomplete toward Chris Tyree. The Cowboys were hit with a holding penalty on the play. On 1st and 10 from the OSU 25 with 1:17 remaining in the game, Coan had to throw it away. On 2nd and 10, Coan hit Kevin Austin for the touchdown.