Kenny Paul Geno
Kenny Paul  Geno


Booneville, Miss.

High School:
Booneville High School

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 210





'Black Out' Stegeman For Sunday Game With Marquette

'Black Out' Stegeman For Sunday Game With Marquette


Bench Scoring Leads Georgia In Win

Bench Scoring Leads Georgia In Win


Following Thanksgiving UGA Hosts Gardner-Webb

Following Thanksgiving Georgia Hosts Gardner-Webb


Bulldogs Face Colonials in CBE Hall of Fame Classic

Bulldogs Face Colonials in CBE Hall of Fame Classic


Bulldogs Face Furman Thursday Night

Bulldogs Face Furman Thursday Night


Georgia vs. Ole Miss

Georgia vs. Ole Miss


Georgia vs. Missouri

Georgia vs. Missouri January 20, 2016


Georgia, 77 vs. Missouri, 59

The Bulldogs host Missouri.


Georgia 79, Robert Morris 67

Georgia vs. Robert Morris December 29, 2015


Georgia vs. Oakland

Georgia vs. Oakland

◊ Mike and Ruth Kooyman Basketball Scholarship recipient.

2015-16 Season Highlights:
◊ Started 10 of 34 games played, getting the nod for the first seven games of the season and the initial three outings of February.
◊ Averaged 2.6 points and 2.8 rebounds in 19.3 minutes per game.
◊ Posted his first double-figure statistical output with a 13-point performance at Seton Hall.
◊ Entered the season with a career high of 21 minutes played before matching or topping that mark in 13 games during the 2015-16 campaign.
◊ Earned double-digit playing time in all 34 games, after doing so 15 times in a combined 43 games played as a freshman and sophomore.
◊ Finished third on the team with 48 assists and sported an extremely efficient 2.29 assist-to-turnover ratio.
◊ Significantly increased playing time resulted in new career highs in virtually every statistic. The only previous best performance to last throughout 2015-16 was a two steal outing versus Mississippi State in 2014 that he matched three times during his junior year.
◊ Paced the Bulldogs in assists in four games and in steals during seven outings.
◊ Started the first seven games of the season at the ‘3’ spot before opening a trio of games at the ‘4’ during SEC play.
◊ Played a career-most 35 minutes in the season opener against Chattanooga on Nov. 13.
◊ Poured in a career-best 13 points at Seton Hall on Nov. 28, connecting on all four of his shots from the field (including three 3-pointers) and 2-of-4 trips to the line.
◊ Produced four career-best assist tallies in a six-game Dec. span, going from two against Oakland on Dec. 1 to three versus Kansas State on Dec. 4 to six against Winthrop on Dec. 8 to seven versus Robert Morris on Dec. 29.
◊ Collected a steal against Arkansas on Jan. 23 with 17 seconds left in regulation and the game tied at 64-64. Though the Bulldogs missed a potential game winner, they emerged with a 76-73 overtime victory.
◊ Grabbed seven boards, dished out four assists and scored on an alley-oop late in a win over Mississippi State in Starkville, doing so with a slew of family and friends in attendance.
◊ Equaled his career high with eight boards versus the Bulldogs in the quarterfinals of the SEC Tournament on March 10.

2014-15 Season Highlights:
◊ Had earned increased playing time in December games until suffering broken left wrist in the first half of SEC opener vs. No. 23 Arkansas on Jan. 6.
◊ Underwent corrective surgery on Jan. 8 and missed 10 subsequent games.
◊ Returned to action Feb. 17 vs. South Carolina and contributed a career-best six rebounds in just 12 minutes.
◊ Played the remainder of the season with a protective wrap around his wrist.
◊ Earned first career start at the `3’ position on Feb. 21 at Alabama and remained in the lineup for six of the Bulldogs’ final eight games of the season, including both of UGA’s SEC Tournament outings.
◊ Scored a season- and career-high seven points against Missouri on Feb. 28.

2013-14 Season Highlights:
◊ Secured playing time in 21 contests, including 13 outings against SEC foes.
◊ Saw three minutes in his first collegiate game and contributed two points and two rebounds in the season-opening win over Wofford.
◊ Garnered his first double-figure minutes against Chattanooga, scoring four points and grabbed three boards in 10 MP.
◊ Enjoyed his most productive outing of the season at Mississippi State on Feb. 12...and did so playing in front of nearly 100 supporters from his hometown of Booneville, Miss., just a 90-minute drive from Starkville.
◊ Provided a huge spark off the bench at Mississippi State. With Georgia trailing by 14 points with 9:54 left in the first half, Geno scored six points in a 20-5 run to end the half. UGA eventually claimed a 75-55 victory.
◊ Posted season-high efforts for points (six) and minutes played (14) versus the SEC West’s Bulldogs in Starkville.
◊ A solid contributor against Mississippi State three weeks later in a matchup in Athens, scoring five points and grabbing three boards.

Prep Highlights:
◊ Coached by Michael Smith at Booneville.
◊ Named to five-player first-team All-State squad by the Jackson Clarion-Ledger as a senior, as well as the publication’s “Dandy Dozen” preseason squad of the top-12 players in the state in November 2012.
◊ Scored eight points, grabbed seven rebounds and swatted four shots in the Mississippi-Alabama All-Star Basketball game.
◊ Also named 2013 Player of the Year by the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal.
◊ Helped the Blue Devils capture the Mississippi Class 3A state title as a sophomore in 2011 and finish as runner-up during his junior and senior seasons.
◊ As a senior, averaged 22.9 points and 13.8 rebounds per game.
◊ As a junior, averaged 13.5 points and 11.0 rebounds per game.
◊ After KPG’s senior year, Smith began coaching both the boys’ and girls’ teams at Booneville and coached KPG’s sister, Cora, to back-to-back state titles.

Full Name: Kenneth Paul Geno III
Birthdate/Birthplace: June 25, 1995 / Booneville, Miss.
Academic Major: Communication Studies


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