Breakout Player: @prphsfootball will turn to ‘The Dane,’ @Fuller4Lamar, to restore the roar to its football fortunes. @minguabeefjerky @PrepSpin @1776Bank @MaxPreps @KyHighFootball #ROLLRIDGEROLL

[Lamar “The Dane” Fuller]…is built like a brick crap house.

Anonymous KPGFootball Agent, Louisville, KY

They called him “The Dane,” at Louisville’s Fern Creek High School. The rest of the fourth (4th) district in Kentucky’s 6A classification just called him a dawg.

Lamar Fuller will play for Louisville’s Pleasure Ridge Park High this coming season. “PRP,” as everyone refers to the Panthers, is also a 6A football team but playing in the third (3rd), as opposed to fourth, district.

PRP is “on the come-up” around the 6A classification in Kentucky. The Panthers were 6-5 a year ago with games against Bowling Green, Lexington Catholic, and duPont Manual where the Panthers were certainly in the game, and could have won, had the ball and the breaks bounced differently.

In adding Fuller to the PRP roster the Panthers are adding a player from a rival 6A school who only played in 6-games a year ago but performed very well considering. Fuller, at RB, gained 234-yards in only 46-carries, or over five yards per rushing attempt, with 2-TDs.

Fuller defensively was more impressive. The linebacker registered 38-tackles in his six-games with 8-TFLs and 5-QB sacks. His TFL and QB-sack figures were among the team leaders in little over half the games.

Fuller is 6-1, weighs 215-pounds, and “…is built like a brick crap-house,” according to one of our KPGFootball agents in the Derby City. Fuller runs the 40-yard dash in 4.5-seconds, squats 520-pounds, and bench presses over 300-pounds.

Fuller has also played some DE. That deployment should tell the reader something of this prospect’s athleticism, explosion, and twitchiness.

Perhaps most importantly, Fuller is carrying a 3.1 GPA. A GPA like his makes his gaining immediate college eligibility most places, as well as admission into that school’s student body, a foregone conclusion.

Yessir, the Panthers enter ’22 on the prowl with this addition to the lineup. Fuller is poised to restore the roar around the PRP program.

This is Coach HB Lyon, reporting for KPGFootball, and we’re JUST CALLING IT LIKE WE SEE IT!

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Have coached at the high school and middle school level. Have worked in athletic administration. Conceal my identity to enable my candor on articles published by this magazine. Only members of the editorial board are aware of my true identity.

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