Will compete for a starting spot at wide receiver A playmaker with outstanding speed Has played in 19 career games, starting five times.
2001: One of the top wide outs for the Minutemen Played in all 11 games on the season, starting four times Ranked fourth on the team with 23 receptions for 402 yards and three touchdowns on the year Averaged 17.5 yards per catch, the 10th highest single season mark in school history Caught two passes for 41 yards against Richmond in the season finale Made three catches for 72 yards and a touchdown in the victory over Rhode Island Had five receptions for a career-high 91 yards at Maine Brought in two catches for 35 yards at Villanova Caught a career-best six passes for 83 yards and a pair of touchdowns in the win over James Madison Had a 43-yard catch against New Hampshire, tying for the longest reception of his career.
2000: Played in eight games at wide receiver, starting once Caught 11 passes on the season for 177 yards Also had two tackles on special teams Had two receptions for 28 yards at Rhode Island Caught two passes for 27 yards against Delaware Had a 37-yard reception against Villanova Made two receptions for 43 yards against AIC Caught three passes for 29 yards in the win over Maine Made one catch for 13 yards at Northeastern Saw his first action of the season against New Haven.
Before UMass: Spent two years at Syracuse University Redshirted at Syracuse in 1998, and did not see any game action in 1999 Played his prep ball at Jamesville-DeWitt High School, where he earned four letters Led team to a 30-9 record during his four seasons Had career totals of 40 receptions for 919 yards and 11 touchdowns, while also rushing 433 times for 3,568 yards and 33 touchdowns Also returned 32 kickoffs for 805 yards and three touchdowns, while intercepting nine passes as a defensive back Earned All-America honors from Blue Chip and Prep Star An All-Regional selection by Super Prep and Tom Lemming Twice named All-New York state and All-Central New York Earned All-League honors three times Helped team to 1997 New York Central Regional championship and a state semifinal appearance as a senior captain Led team to two Section III championships Also a five-time letterwinner in basketball.
Personal: Full name is Jackie Adonis Kinsey Son of James and Darlene Kinsey Born July 22, 1979, in Syracuse, N.Y. Father is an official in the National Basketball Association Uncle, Ken, played football at Syracuse from 1973-1977 Majoring in Sociology.
Kinseys Receiving Statistics
Kinsey's Career Highs
Receptions 6 vs. James Madison, 10/20/01 Receving Yards 91 at Maine, 11/10/01 Longest Reception 43 two times, last vs. URI, 11/17/01 Touchdowns Receiving 2 vs. James Madison, 10/20/01 All-Purpose Yards 91 at Maine, 11/10/01