’25 LB has studded out in Kentucky 6A football so far Hard to argue there are any LB’s in the ’25 graduating class any better than Ryan Rayhill. There are some fine LB’s in that class and we have featured quite a few. While some of the ’25’s have accumulated […]
The thing about covering middle school players is you never know how much the player will mature between features. Gage Chapman looks nothing today even remotely similar to the picture we have included as the “featured photograph” to this article. Enjoy this look at a young man who has to be among the more imposing members of his graduating class, commonwealth-wide. HB.
Zach Crutcher has everything to succeed at the high school level and quickly. He is 5’10,” 155-pounds, plays WR but could double in HS at DB, and he’s an excellent student on top of the other physical attributes he undeniably possesses. He’s looking to hit the field for his high school team early on during his freshman campaign. We wouldn’t bet against him. Enjoy the feature. HB.
We have written about Edens before this feature. You may remember he led the team in many of these categories over his freshman season. We predicted he would have a wonderful sophomore campaign and he didn’t disappoint. Enjoy this feature from Kentucky’s fastest growing financial institution; setting the standard for excellence in the financial services, Kentucky market. HB.
Chris Larkey walks the sidelines at the same school his dad, Tom, developed into a consistent contender who teams often dreaded playing in the day. The boys from the Rock are always hard, with apologies to Easy E. Enjoy this look at the type talent which generally reverses varsity programs’ fortunes. Also, learn a little something about getting recruited and the type information colleges want to see warehoused on your social media sites like Twitter. HB.
How many freshmen find the field and measurably contribute to a Kentucky 6A roster sufficiently stacked to win the title at Kentucky’s largest classification of competition? Not many we would think. This week, our Protein-packed Performer, did just that in ’22. Enjoy this feature about this very fine freshman and don’t forget to #Savortheflavor. HB
The time is fast approaching when we will say “Goodbye” to covering ’23’s and move into the younger set. We are two-days, post-NSD, so the clock is ticking. We can’t leave the class until the top-flight talent in the class is taken care of and has a place to land. Here is an available athlete who would make a fantastic “add” to any class among the 17 or so colleges or universities in Kentucky who field football teams. Just saying…HB.
Taylor Hansford plays MLB for Taylor County. I imagine a guy named “Taylor” should quarterback the defense for “Taylor” County. However, one should never read too much into a name. This particular Taylor just happens to be a fine football player. Enjoy the feature. HB.
This guy here is a perfect example of just how good you have to be to don a jersey emblazoned with the name of any college or university. College football is no joke, and Tate Johnson is serious about it. Enjoy this feature about a young man who greatly helped his high school team win its first state (5A) title and who hopes to do similarly for the Colonels, his new team. HB.
KeVauhn Edmonds may be the best kept secret in Kentucky’s ’24 graduating class of football prospects. He plays football at one of Kentucky’s most storied programs particularly among 1A teams on the western end of the commonwealth. Edmonds is our Revolutionary Player of the Week. Enjoy this feature from Kentucky’s fastest growing financial institution; setting the standard for excellence in the financial services, Kentucky market. HB.