Kasey Redfern(Ragsdale HS) to the Jacksonville Jaguars:Looking to stick and kick in NFL

Posted by Andy Durham on June 20, 2014 at 9:58 am under College, High School, Professional | Comments are off for this article

Once a Tiger, then a Terrier(Wofford) and now a Jaguar….Kasey Redfern(Ragsdale High School/Wofford) has made the move into the Jacksonville Jaguars’ training camps as a kicker/punter…

This news came our way last evening:

Kasey Redfern has signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars. Coach Tommy Norwood(Ragsdale HS) has talked with Kasey and he is one only three punters/kickers that will be attending training camp.

Good job Kasey Redfern and we hope he finds a way to stick and kick in the NFL…..

‘Kasey the Kicker’, as we used to say/call him back in the day, is ready to play and let’s hope he can stay, as he makes his way to where they, ‘play for pay’…..

High School, College, Pro, the kid is on the go….

from the Wofford Terriers web site:

SPARTANBURG, S.C. – Wofford kicker Kasey Redfern has signed as a free agent with the Jacksonville Jaguars. Redfern was one of three players invited to participate in the club’s mandatory minicamp this week on a tryout basis. He signed at the conclusion of the minicamp on Thursday afternoon.

A native of Jamestown, North Carolina, Redfern handled all the kicking duties for the Terriers his senior season. He was fourth in the Southern Conference in punting with a 42.4 yard average. He led the team in scoring with 44 points, as he was 6-of-10 on field goals and 26-of-28 on extra points. On 46 kickoffs, he averaged 61.6 yards with 19 touchbacks. Following the October 12 game against Elon, he was named the Southern Conference Special Teams Player of the Week.

During his junior season, he set the school record for longest field goal with a 53-yarder at Samford. For his career, Redfern was 11-of-19 on field goals and scored 85 points. He punted 146 times with a 39.6 yard average and had 250 kickoffs with a 61.3 yard average. He also had two carries for 41 yards on fake punts, including a run of 28 yards at Clemson in 2011. He graduated from Wofford in May with a degree in accounting.


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