Arizona’s linebacker room has become a popular destination for players in the NCAA transfer portal.
The Wildcats have landed their fourth transfer from that position in Kenny Hebert, a former Vanderbilt LB.
Still I Rise #ItsPersonal #BearDown pic.twitter.com/FXTmvfGgYs— Kenny Hebert (@kp_hebert) May 12, 2021
The 6-foot-4, 232-pound Hebert played for the Commodores from 2016-21, appearing in 34 games including seven starts in 2019. For his career he has 53 tackles, 12 for loss, and two sacks.
Hebert is the latest LB Arizona has added this offseason from other programs. Prior to spring practice they signed ex-Western Michigan star Treshaun Howard, the 2019 MAC Defensive Player of the Year, and former Bowling Green standout Jerry Roberts, and earlier this month added Malik Reed from Wisconsin.
Linebacker was one of Arizona’s thinnest positions this spring, with senior Anthony Pandy, sophomore Issaiah Johnson and freshman DJ Mourning the other scholarship players participating.