At KPGFootball, we do more than just report on the football players about whom everyone under the son is giddy. We go out and find the players BEFORE our competitors have even heard of them. Today’s article is a perfect example of our network of informants. Everyone thinks of Boudreaux as either a RT or RG on offense. How many of you knew no one of the offensive roster has been able to block him in practice for the past two years? You will see way more of Boudreaux on the field at the “Other End” spot opposite Darion Dearinger this coming season. Remember who told you of it first. HBRead more
We traveled with Breathitt County to EKU’s Passing League Tournament and were pleased with what we saw. First of all, this isn’t the type of event at which any Bobcat football team is going to be too proficient. It really doesn’t fit with what generally constitutes the strength of the Breathitt attack. That aside, there were some really good things we saw and we thought you would want to know. We have also included some commentary on a Pikeville squad which certainly didn’t disappoint in the performance from the Panthers we got to watch. Enjoy the article.Read more
Anderson County has made the move from 5 to 4A. In Kentucky, the classification in which a team plays is meaningless as we have argued many times previously. Kentucky has good high school teams and bad high school teams and they are all over all 6 of its classifications. Still, Ryan Stratton is one of our top 2021 offensive centers. If you like them big, strong, and imposing, he’ll also be on your board of top players at the position.
Grayson Cook, quietly and while many of us had diverted our attentions, pushed his commitment announcement from the 12th of July to the 18th. Should this be of concern to the team located in Colorado Springs, Colorado? Check out this article as we check in with 2020’s top OLB/DE prospect and what, if anything, his pushing his announcement to the 18th means for the Air Force Academy, or any other school pressing for a commitment from this prospect.
Here is a Clarksville area prep player who has opted to play for a Nashville private school football power though he still resides in Clarksville, Tennessee. We have been extolling his virtues as a big-time QB prospect for years and everybody has been trying to make him a LB instead. Well going into his sophomore year it appears we knew about what we were talking this whole time. Enjoy this look at a player whose best football is ahead of him and we mean immediately ahead. Check back in with us next week as we recognize another, worthy, Montgomery County area player brought to you by your friends at the hometown, home-owned, Meeks & Meeks, Attorneys.Read more
This is part three of our three-part series “Wandering through the wasteland…” Today we predict the district winners in Classes 2 and 1A. This concludes our series. I would mention Fletcher Long, formerly a writer here at KPGFootball and now working for Bluegrass Sports Nation called and said some coaches have taken strenuous exception to this analysis. To those offended, I am saddened you take offense. Still, we strive to be true to our craft and our opinion is just
This is part two of our three-part series “Wandering through the wasteland…” Today we predict the district winners in Classes 4 and 3A. Tomorrow, we will conclude the series with the 2A and 1A classifications.
We have wandered through the abyss that is the KHSAA “Dead Period” and into the first day of real preparation[…]
No matter what some key board assassin or self-described football “expert” may write (us included), real football players know each other when they see each other. That is why peer recognition will always mean more to a player than what some pundit may either write or think. As the old joke goes, “One can’t fool a nit-nat.” Everyone is on the Crowdus train and, truthfully, if he played in a locale more known for producing football talent, he would likely
We love to scour the statistics and then glorify the skill players who compile them. Many of these skill players become our heroes, our kids’ heroes. We forget that Johnny QB or Johnny RB didn’t just run out on the field and run over the defensive 11, single-handily. Someone or 5 particular “someones” have to bust their butts for recognition from only the most knowledgeable few. We love offensive linemen at KPGFootball and Logan Smith is one of our favorites