Too bad he couldn't end his high school career with a win. Wished we could
watch him play next year but I guess he will be too old to play high school
football. Good luck in college.
ummm....he's only a Jr. He'll be back next year for his Sr year.
@charlesummm.... He's an 18 year old Jr.. Next year he will be
19 and too old to play high school sports.
Uh, no he won't. He will be back next year as a Sr. He can play as a 19
year old Sr.
If he doesn't turn 19 before January 1, I believe he should be legal.
Interesting that a junior in high school (Kafentzis) is as old or older than
Jamaal Williams of BYU, an 18 year-old college sophomore.
Kafentzis is currently 17-years-old and was born in April of 1996. He'll be
eligible for the 2014 season.
Kafentzis will rewrite all Utah records at Jordan. Go Team Kafentzis. Don't
be a Hater! Hate the game not the Player.
Please join me in voting for Team Kafentzis in 2014! Records will fall forever.
Keep up the hard work Austin. Pretty shallow comments on here. I don't
think I would let DNews put my kid in an article. It's crazy you can
comment not factual information on here but when you try to call out some of the
commenters on here it is filtered out. Does that make sense Desnews????
Kafentzis said it the best, I will be Captain and lead the way in 2014.
Can't wait for next year. More Region 3 domination. I am predicting
Brighton and Jordan in the 5A Championship!
"Gotta get back to work on Monday"Per UHSAA rules from the
UHSAA handbook, football goes into a 'dead period' for two weeks
following the state championship. So there won't be any "work on
Monday" unless they break the UHSAA rules.
Awesome job Austin, good season. Lets make next year great!
This season didn't answer my doubts, and this last game didn't either.
He will have the records because he plays in a high scoring offense and has
started since he was a freshman. I bet he is pretty close to the interception
record too. Definitely not a college QB.
markymarkI agree, throwing accruacy a huge mark against him and
maybe not a College QB. But they will find a spot for him. And he will still
rewrite the Utah record books for years.
He may rewrite the record books. But my guess is he'd rather have a couple
of championship rings. Unless they do something with that defense, it
isn't happening next year either. I think Anderson fell in love with him
for Utah State, and then when he went to Wisconsin figured he had an in on
getting the kid there. He'd probably do ok at Utah State. But he's
not a QB in the Big 10.
Jordan should get a new D-Fense Coordinator, easy fix. Offense is solid with QB
coming back. Maybe then they will make it back to Championship.
GunnerSouth Jordan, UT"He'd probably do ok at Utah
State. But he's not a QB in the Big 10." Only one problem
with that comment, Keaton at Utah State is probably better than any Big 10 QB,
before the injury.
According to Wikipedia he is 17 so he'll be 18 next year and able to
play.@Speak English - USAThe state championship is this coming
Friday, so wouldn't the moratorium start the 23rd, not the 16th. Plus, he
can do all the "work" he wants during the moratorium as long as it
isn't associated with the school or coaches (along with a couple other