Darian Kinnard’s team is the National Football League’s Kansas City Chiefs. He competes professionally as an offensive tackle. He is both tall and heavy at 1.96 m and 146 kg. He went to Dobyns-Bennett High School for his freshman year of high school then Saint Ignatius High School for the rest of his time there.
He played collegiate football for the Kentucky Wildcats while he was a student at the University of Kentucky. After playing in nine games and starting two during his true freshman season, he started all 13 of the Wildcats’ games in 2019 at right tackle. He had one penalty and 32 knockdowns during the season in 706 plays.
He helped shatter single-season school records with 3,624 running yards, 36 rushing touchdowns, and 6.3 yards per carry. In his junior season, he played in all 11 games and was selected to the Second and Third All-American (AP) teams, respectively. As a senior at the University of Kentucky, he was the 12th Consensus All-American.
He had played in 46 games overall and started 39 straight games by the time of his college career. He played right tackle on the “Big Blue Wall” and was an important part of the offensive line that won the Joe Moore Award four consecutive seasons as the best offensive line in the country. Kinnard was taken by the Kansas City Chiefs in the fifth round of the 2022 NFL Draft, 145th overall pick.
Does Darian Kinnard Have Any Kids?
Darian Kinnard has no children of his own yet.