KPGFootball is proud to be the exclusive digital coverage provider of the Todd County Central Rebels football team. Todd County, as this on-line publication has before reported, has a lot of exciting things going on in and around its football program. The Rebels will be coached this upcoming season by veteran football coach, Darell Keith, and return a lot of young talent from off a 6-5 football team. The excitement about the program and its future prospects has resulted in an uptick in financial donations permitting the program to initiate some exciting facility upgrades. These upgrades will leave the field and press box area unparalleled anywhere in the immediate area regarding high school football facilities. They include field, natural turf improvements and modernizing the press box at the stadium permitting luxury viewing accommodations for major supporters of the team. The renovated press box will be furnished lavishly and will feature big screen televisions in the booth from which the on-field action will be monitored by both patrons and working press during game action. Returning back to our tradition of singling out terrific players, particularly young players whose return, this year, signal a rejuvenated optimism about the team’s prospects, we have selected Class of 2021, FB/DE/QB, Isaac Marshall as this week’s Todd County Central Rebel of the Week.
Isaac Marshall is not a rising junior, as someone has mistakenly put on the MaxPreps roster, but is a 2021 prospect who played quite a bit (and quite well) for the Rebels defense last year at DE. There weren’t many freshmen in the Western Kentucky area who tallied 20 tackles as a freshmen playing on the varsity. Last year, Marshall’s offensive position was believed to be FB. The old regime didn’t feel confident enough about that to have him actually log a varsity carry. Enter Coach Keith, and now Marshall’s offensive position is listed primarily as a TE and secondarily as a QB. Regardless of where deployed offensively, the Rebels have to be very excited about his return along the defensive front this year, another year older and stronger. We here at KPGFootball like Marshall’s frame. He is 6-1 with length and has plenty of opportunity, in the strength and conditioning program, to add good weight to his present 190 pounds. This kid is one to watch as we like saying.
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