Honors: 2009 - Voted to the SBC All-Freshman team by the leagues beat writers ... Named a high school track All-American by Track and Field News in November in the 100 and 200 meters.2010: Played just three games and was in on 89 total plays ... Earned two winning grades from the coaches ... Had three tackles in season opener against Minnesota ... Only played on special teams at Memphis ... Missed the rest of the season after the Memphis game due to his lingering knee injury.
2009: Played in eight games and had one start ... Saw action in 270 total snaps including a season-high of 53 at Troy ... Earned four winning grades from the coaching staff ... Finished the year with 20 tackles, a TFL, two fumble recoveries and a forced fumble ... Recorded three tackles to go with a forced fumble, fumble recovery, and a quarterback hurry in win over Memphis ... Added two tackles at Maryland and five at North Texas ... Registered three tackles at Troy ... Had four tackles to with one for loss of yards while also catching his first career pass for 11 yards on offense ... Made his first career start at wide receiver against WKU and went on to record a fumble recovery and his first career touchdown on a 49-yard reverse ... Suffered a knee injury early in the FIU game and was lost for the rest of the season.
High School: A three-star recruit by Scout.com ... Named to the Atlanta Journal Constitution's Top 150 players list in 2008 ... As a senior he had 650 rushing yards, 100 receiving yards, 50 tackles, 11 pass breakups, an interception and two sacks ... As a junior, he racked up 50 tackles to go with three interceptions and five pass breakups ... Invited to compete in the USA Youth National track team for 100 and 200 meters ... Is a seven-time Junior Olympic champion, a two-time World Team participant, and owns school records in the 100 meter and 200 meters ... Played for Coach Jasper Jewell.
Full Name: Kenneth D'Antignac Gilstrap II ... Parents: Kenneth Sr. and Darla Gilstrap ... Born: 7/30/91 ... His father played receiver at Tennessee Tech from 1985 to 1988 and ranks sixth in all-time receiving yards ... Major: Undecided.