Ronnie Mingua began experimenting with making beef jerky back in the 1990s. He shared his efforts with neighbors and friends, soon realizing he had come up with something different and superior to all other beef jerkies on the market. From these humble beginnings, Mingua Beef Jerky got its start.
Today, the Mingua Beef Jerky Company still prides itself on using its old-fashioned, all-natural recipes which offer outstanding products to customers across the nation. The recipes are a family tradition, passed down from generation to generation.
Migua Beef Jerky uses Enviro-Pac CHU-2000 equipment to cook its meat to USDA required levels for both moist or dry operation. Mingua Beef Jerky wants you to become one of its many satisfied customers by sampling its quality hand sliced, all natural beef jerky. We know you’ll love it and come back for more, again and again.
Our recipes and our quality ingredients, hand-cut from solid pieces of beef, are never chopped or formed like other brands, making our products superior and one of a kind. That would make our products similar to this week’s Protein Packed Performer, Class of ’23, 6-3, 185-pound projected WR (at the next level), Kenyon Goodin from Shelbyville, Kentucky’s Martha Layne Collins High School, wouldn’t it?
The Titans are playing Goodin at QB. He is being recruited and projects to play WR at the next level. We could see him playing DB next level too.
So, how has this QB’ing experiment gone? Quite well, thank you.
Goodin has completed 85 of his 135-passing attempts for 18-passing TDs against only two (2)-Ints. He has thrown for 1,500-yards, rushed for 416-yards and scored 13-TDs rushing.
He might be the best QB in all of 5A throughout Kentucky. Not bad for a wide receiver.
This guy is a college player. You may set your watch by that prediction if you wish.
Kenyon Goodin from Collins High School put on quite a show Friday night. Goodin and his cohorts have convinced us around the magazine that the Collins’ high school gridsters look to be back in a big way.
They ran their record this weekend to 5-1. Kenyon Goodin (’23) had an incredible night.
Goodin, aptly named, completed 21 of 32-passing attempts for 359-yards and five (5) TDs. He carried the football 14-times, two of which he also housed.
Goodin accounted for over 421-yards of total offense (359 passing, 62-rushing) and all 7 of the team’s TDs. In addition to what he did offensively (which was incredible) Goodin led his team’s defense with 10-tackles.
Goodin wasn’t alone in his efforts. Xavier Jordan (’22) caught five-passes for 130-receiving yards and a TD while Mark Hutzel (’22) caught seven (7) balls for 90-yards and two scores and logged the team’s only interception. Ryan Koval (’22) was perfect in both PATs (7 for 7) and nailed his only FG attempt.
Goodin’s prodigious offensive efforts were plenty good enough to win this award. However, couple it with the fact he was his team’s leading tackler, and we have to wonder what else he could have possibly done to take home the jerky. One doesn’t see many two-way guys playing 5A football.
For the T-shirt and the bolt of protein, we asked our friends at Mingua Beef Jerky to send him some. Like always, they were thrilled to oblige.
Join us next week as we honor another worthy player. Until then, pop some Mingua Beef Jerky in your mouth and savor the quality and flavor which sets it apart from all the competition. Remember, our product is superior and one of a kind; just like Martha Layne Collins High School’s Kenyon Goodin.
This is HB Lyon reporting for Kentucky Prep Gridiron reminding you that WE’RE JUST CALLING IT LIKE WE SEE IT!