Has done a better job catching the football more consistently in 2010, and has the ability to pluck the ball away from his frame. However, too often still lets the ball get into his frame. Exhibits some fluidity in the hips as a route runner as well and can cleanly get out of his breaks without being forced to gear down or route off his routes. However, doesn't generate much of a burst when asked to redirect and rarely is able to generate much separation because of it. Isn't a real gifted start and stop athlete and isn't real sudden either, and because of it doesn't ever really gain a ton of separation.
Is at his best when corners want to be physical with him where he can use his strong hands and body control in order to shrug off contact and gain a step, but isn't a guy who can threaten them down the field. Has the ability to be a solid blocker, but I don't see the kind of passion or work rate consistently from him play to play.
Impression: Possesses average size and athleticism for the position and just doesn't have much dynamic abilities to his game. Has enough talent to fill out a roster spot in a receiver corps, but is more of a fringe draft pick/free agent who will need to carve out a niche on special teams in order to have a shot."
Positive: Competitive possession receiver who works hard to come away with the reception. Displays good eye/hand coordination, keeps his focus, and easily adjusts to errant throws. Extends his hands to offer the quarterback a big target, makes the difficult catch in a crowd, and does not back down to a challenge. Uses his hands to get separation, works routes, and shows the ability to pull the fastball from the air. Gives effort blocking downfield.
Negative: Lacks a burst and is not a receiver who can run to the deep throw. Possesses average size/speed numbers. Marginally productive at Oklahoma.
Analysis: Kenney is a reliable receiver who does the little things well but is a limited athlete with marginal upside. Could find a home as a fifth receiver on an NFL roster if he produces on special teams."