Nikolas Tucker, and players like him, are how teams in Kentucky 5A go 13-1 in the first place. Interior DT’s who can slide out to DE don’t come around every day. Tucker is looking for a big senior year and we believe that is exactly what he is likely to experience. Enjoy the feature. HB.
We are pleased to feature today one of the best athletes to grace a high school field in Kentucky’s graduating class of ’24. Logan Rodgers from Hopkins County Central has been tearing it up around Kentucky since his Kentucky Future Stars days. He has one more tour of the high school landscape and his teammates and he plan to make the most of it. Enjoy this feature from Kentucky’s fastest growing financial institution; setting the standard for excellence in the financial services, Kentucky market. HB.
This kid here has numbers, particularly in the weight room, which just sort of jump off the charts at the reader. He is crazy strong, crazy powerful, crazy explosive, and crazy young. Not even being a freshman could shelve him for the year. Wait until you see what this guy does over the next three years. Avoid the rush, get scared now! HB.
Davon “Smoke” Rudolph, ’24 from Ballard High, is bringing the SMOKE! This guy is a OLB/Nickle candidate who brings a ton to the table for college recruiters. That is probably why this kid will be ranked among Kentucky’s elite when the final rankings of the ’24 graduating class gets published. […]
This kid literally has it all. It is very hard to evaluate 7th-graders but quicks and speed are things which can be somewhat evaluated, even in younger prospects. This player is elusive, catches the ball well, get’s down hill in a hurry, and has a nice long frame on him which belies tremendous growth potential. Enjoy the feature. HB.
Here is a young freshman player who would have played a ton of varsity football had he gone about anywhere aside from where he played a year ago. He looks to have a big sophomore year. We believe he will kill it in ’23. Enjoy the feature. HB.
Cameron Jessee is a specimen. He is among the commonwealth’s best in the ’25 graduating class at TE. He is also a ranked prospect on the other side of the football as a DE. If he reminds anyone of the great Michael Mayer from Covington Catholic and then later Notre Dame, perhaps he should. Enjoy the feature. HB.
Destin Cheirs, when last we heard, was going to attend Murray State and try his hand at Ohio Valley Conference Football. Well, it would appear he will aim his sights a bit higher. Cheirs has the opportunity to “bet on himself” and attempt to make the Louisville Cardinals football team which competes at the FBS, Power-5 level (ACC). In the end, it was too good of an opportunity to not risk it. Enjoy this feature from Kentucky’s fastest growing financial institution; setting the standard for excellence in the financial services, Kentucky market. HB.
American football teams will often recruit military kids playing American football overseas. Here is a kid who follows KPGFootball from Stuttgart, Germany and is being rewarded with his own feature for that fact today. HB.
We love athletes who remember the “student” portion of “student-athlete.” Nehemiah Lucky is certainly one of those. Lucky sports a 3.8 GPA at Louisville’s Fern Creek High. That doesn’t mean he can’t play some ball. He was elected captain a year ago in spite of his only getting to play in 6-games and was still among the club leaders in stops. Enjoy this feature about this very fine junior ILB and don’t forget to #Savortheflavor. HB