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Warren Central hired Feggins' father, Howard, as their Head Coach in April. Feggins had previously been the Offensive Coordinator at Norfolk State University.
Jensen, a 6-foot-2-inch wide receiver who made 51 catches for 1,100 yards and 15 touchdowns last year has interest from a number of programs, including Kentucky, Louisville and Western Kentucky, according to Rivals.
In April, the Bowling Green Daily asked the older Feggins directly if his son would be transferring to Warren Central. Howard Feggins said: "He has two state championships. They have a great program. They throw the ball a lot. He had 1,100 yards. I'm trying to pump him up, too. We'll talk about it. But he loves his dad. I'll leave it like that."
Highlands plays Warren Central this year in week 10 of the season.