’25 two-way guy excels in multiple sports on the varsity level
Roques (RJ) Wrenn is a rising junior (’25) at Fort Knox who found multiple ways to contribute a year ago to his team’s success. Wrenn was among the leading rushers, leading scorers, leading TD’s rushing, leading tacklers, and leading in both INT’s and PBU’s. Wrenn also was a state qualifier on the wrestling mat. If the Eagles are to ever soar to previous heights, the program will need a considerable effort from guys like RJ Wrenn.HB Lyon, Scouting Division, KPGFootball
It has been a second since Fort Knox has factored into the 1A championship picture. Man, were they ever in the thick of that title chase back in the day.
The late, grate, HOF coach, Joe Jaggers, won three (3) titles while marshaling the Eagles in a 14-year stint stretching from 1977-1990. Jaggers won five titles overall and 292-games, total, in a brilliant coaching career prior to his passing to his ultimate reward.
Roques Wrenn, who we know around our offices as “RJ” is a member of the KHSAA’S ’25 graduating class. He has demonstrated considerable promise.
Wrenn, in ’22, gained 208-yards in only 42-carries, registered three (3)-rushing TD’s, caught four (4)-passes and was fifth (5th) on the team in scoring. Defensively, the 5’9,” 176-pound Athlete, registered 42-tackles with one (1)-INT and was among the team leaders in PBU’s.
When we say Wrenn is an Athlete we aren’t spoofing. Wrenn was a wrestling state qualifier a year ago.
Wrenn also carries a 3.7 GPA. All of the above makes him exceedingly recruitable for many of the college football programs interspersed in and around the Bluegrass.
We believe Wrenn will have a huge junior year. We also believe Coach Arnold’s crew are making the right type improvements which eventually show up in the win-column.
We think it very possible the Eagles are preparing to soar once more. We can’t wait for this team and this player to catch flight.
This is Fletcher W. Long, reporting for KPGFootball, reminding you to PLAY THROUGH THE WHISTLE!
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