’25 QB as precise as a ‘Swiss-made Timepiece’
Bryce Button seems to have it all. His passing is as precise as a Swiss-made timepiece, his frame is division-one (6’3,” 198-pounds), his arm and release point indicate this kid has been excellently coached, and his on-field production coupled with the team’s success with him at the helm have both been marvelous. Bryce Button put a Patek Phillippe-type performance on Moore High’s Mavericks this past Friday night. This team, with this QB, is going to be a really difficult out in the upcoming playoffs.HB Lyon, Scouting Director, KPGFootball
Button has been pushing all the right "buttons" this season; South Warren 48, Moore 15, last week; huge game tonight
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Opponents are finding the most difficult thing to overcome when playing Bryce Button may be his mind
I really have not ever had the financial windfall to dabble much in “Swiss timepieces” but have heard the level of achievable precision is really something. The quality of the movement (I have read) will determine its accuracy.
Premium Swiss movements,…are accurate to +/- 12 seconds per day. What is the accuracy of a movement that loses this number of seconds?
Here is the formula; Accuracy % = (12/86,400) = 0.000138888%, plus or minus. Incidentally, there are 86,400 seconds in a day (60 seconds x 60 minutes x 24 hours = 86,400 seconds), in case you were wondering from where that figure came.
That seems pretty precise. Not any more precise than Bryce Button’s performance against the Moore Mustangs.
Button completed 10 off 13 passes (77% completion rate) for 215-yards and 4-TD’s against no thrown INT’s. On the year, Button has completed 113 of 177 (64% completion rate) passing attempts for 2,115-yards and 26-TD’s against only 5-picks.
Button can use his feet a little too. Button has gained 217-yards on the ground in 34-carries, four (4)-of which scored.
South Warren is among the better coached teams in all of Kentucky. Brandon Smith, the son of another legendary head football coach in Kentucky (Chuck Smith, Boyle County), has enjoyed unparalleled success at the Bowling Green, 5A, program. The School has won numerous championships ( 2015, 2018, and 2021) with Smith at the helm.
South Warren is in the hunt this year also. The Spartans have the commonwealth’s highest RPI and stand 6-1 with a loss to duPont Manual, in Louisville by three (3) point, the only thing between Smith’s club and perfection.
Tonight’s game against Bowling Green Senior High will go along way toward unscrambling the rather murky 5A picture. Both of the teams are among the finest in the commonwealth, at that classification, and Bowling Green entered this season the betting favorite for the 5A title.
Of course there was always going to be a little matter for the Purples regionally recognized as the South Warren Spartans before Bowling Green was to officially set its sights any higher. Both programs have been a stepping stone toward greatness for the other in recent seasons.
How will all of this flesh out? We shall see tonight. Now back to Mr. Button.
Button has many things which recommend him for Division-one play at either the FCS or FBS levels in football. Button is very athletic, starring on the basketball team at guard in addition to what he does in football.
Button also has a 4.0 GPA. Schools will really like seeing that.
Button is 6’3,” and weighs 198-pounds. He is being recruited by programs from University of Louisville to EKU to West Virginia.
It is awfully early to try to forecast exactly where he will land. However, it is clear he will land somewhere and that somewhere will get plenty of major network coverage, if you catch my drift.
For now, Bryce Button will tell you nothing takes precedence over winning tonight’s game with Bowling Green. From there; well, if history means much, it may be a nonstop ride to Lexington.
Calpreps.com prediction concerning tonight's game: South Warren (75% chance of winning) over Bowling Green by nine (9) points
Congratulations to Bryce Button for his Revolutionary Play over the first seven (7) games of this season which has earned him this week’s recognition from the fastest growing bank in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, your friends at Independence Bank.
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