We have covered this class of 2023 DE from Louisville for over a year. He continues to blossom, grow, and develop and Tennessee will encounter a much bigger, more developed, Kaden Briggs than what terrorized them a year ago at this time. We ranked him No. 3, KY-wide, on our list of top 2023 prospects. Enjoy this article about Kaden Briggs from Louisville, KY, headed to Butler Traditional to play his high school football.
Ever heard the song “The Freaks Come Out at Night?” Well, the nighttime isn’t the only time you’ll see anatomical freaks during Future Stars season. They will be everywhere up and down the field wearing both orange and blue. There will be none any more impressive than Morgan County’s Jason Perry, or at least that is our wager. Check out this feature about Kentucky’s very own freak of a 7th grade football player.
Two QBs who have had tremendous success under center but neither of whom are the framed out type of pro-style guys generally playing in a game like this will square off on June 15 in Clarksville, Tennessee at Fortera Stadium. Both of these guys have “it.” By “it” we mean all the intangibles which make one a difference maker at the QB position. Meet Keegan Hill (KY) and Jordyn Potts (TN) and get ready for what should be quite the
There’s not but one way to get to Carnegie Hall and it is the same way one gets on the Team Kentucky roster. Hard work. No one on the 8th grade edition of Team Kentucky’s Future Stars roster has worked any harder to get there than Joshua Harris we are willing to wager. Better read this today for free, it will be pay-walled tomorrow.
Teams are always looking for help at RB. Having entering 9th graders who can tote the mail like this kid is of invaluable importance to any program. Rising 9th graders like Deangelo Patterson are not your garden variety of rising 9th graders. Players like him find themselves immediately in the discussion for PT. The same will be true of Patterson when he hits the 9th grade hallways at WCHS.Read more
It is the biggest honor which can be bestowed on a middle school football player. It is the best indicator of both future high school and college success on the football field anywhere in the commonwealth of Kentucky. Each year the books are opened and more names are inscribed into the most prestigious and unique brotherhood in Kentucky Football. Ladies and Gentlemen, all over the commonwealth of Kentucky, KPGFootball is proud to publish your 6th, 7th, & 8th grade Teams Kentucky Future Stars.Read more
Enjoy this article containing our impressions of what we saw at this year’s Blue-Grey All American Combine, Tennessee Regional.
Many people associate this week’s Revolutionary Player of the Week with the sport of baseball. He is one of the most coveted prospects on the diamond across the commonwealth of Kentucky. However, Ian Pitt from Henderson County has the ability to play either or both sports collegiately and would be time well spent for any college program looking to shore up two, instead of just one, of its varsity sports. Read about Henderson County’s Ian Pitt brought to you by the fastest growing bank in the commonwealth of Kentucky, your friends at Independence Bank. Join the revolution in banking.Read more
We probably don’t recognize kickers and punters as much as the positions deserve. We have heard it said special team’s is a third of the game of football, but people like Robert R. Neyland attached even more significance to it than that. One thing is certain, nothing gets a team beat any faster than bad special teams’ play. Michael Lobdell is one of the best around and a real weapon for the Indians which is why he is this week’s Meeks & Meeks Montgomery County Player of the Week. Join us next week when we award this to another deserving player from your friends when you really need one, Meeks & Meeks.Read more
As Robertson County Players of the Week go, this is one of our largest recipients. Don’t let the size fool you as his deployment and production lend themselves to the proposition big Brennan Judkins moves just fine. Join us next week as we crown another Robertson County Player of the Week brought to you by your locally owned hometown Stewart Williams Furniture Company.Read more