He was also chosen as the best kicker in the state by AL.com. Cade’s longest kicks of this past season were from 50 and 51 yards. His 51-yard field goal came as time expired on the clock to put the Wildcats into overtime during the first round of 6A state playoffs. He will continue a long line of family members who attended JSU, including his mother, father, grandmother, grandfather, great-grandmother, two great-aunts, four great-uncles, uncle and numerous cousins.
At EHS, he had to follow not only his brother, former Alabama kicker Parker Stinnett, but also his father, former JSU kicker Slade Stinnett. His mother, Nan Green, also was a cheerleader for Jax State. Cade erased most of his father’s records at EHS, and now has his sights on doing likewise at JSU. Cade will be joined at JSU by two of his EHS teammates, Austin Bell and Thomas Stinson, both offensive linemen. Proud grandparents are Steve and Miriam Green of Jacksonville and Dale and Judi Stinnett of Enterprise.