• Kenny Guiton was named Houston's Wide Receivers coach on April 21, 2017, after a four-month stint as a quality control coach for wide receivers at Texas.
•His first season in a full-time capacity saw two receivers, Steven Dunbar and Linell Bonner, finish in the top four in receptions in The American. Bonner finished third with 73 receptions for 850 yards and four touchdowns while Dunbar was fourth with 66 receptions for 873 yards and three scores en route to honorable mention honors from The American.
• The former Ohio State quarterback spent the 2015-16 seasons with Houston as an offensive graduate assistant working with Houston’s receivers.
• In Guiton’s two seasons working with the Houston receivers as a graduate assistant, the Cougars had a 1,000-yard receiver in both years as Demarcus Ayers (1,222 yards in 2015) and Linell Bonner (1,118 yards in 2016) each accomplished the feat. Ayers earned first team honors from The American, while Bonner earned honorable mention during their 1,000-yard receiving seasons. Ayers led The American and ranked sixth nationally with 98 catches in 2015, while Bonner was third in the league and fifth nationally with 98 receptions in 2016.
• As a student-athlete, the Houston native and Aldine Eisenhower High School alum, Guiton spent four years as a member of Ohio State’s program. He saw action in 22 total games with two starts in his senior season. In eight appearances for the Buckeyes in 2013, Guiton completed nearly 69 percent of his passes, accounting for 14 passing touchdowns to just two interceptions. He also ran for five touchdowns. In relief of Braxton Miller in 2012, Guiton either finished off a touchdown drive started by Miller or led the Buckeyes on a touchdown drive in eight of his 15 series at quarterback.
• Following the completion of his Ohio State career, Guiton was invited to Buffalo Bills camp before joining the LA Kiss of the Arena Football League.