When guys like this win, it feels like we all win. This is a kid we have been praising and featuring through the years since coming on line. He has earned a scholarship offer to a Division I program which is also one of the country’s most elite institutions of high learning, and its second oldest. Congratulations to Ethan Bednarczyk from all of your friends at KPGFootball. #GoTribe.Read more
In this article we break down the impressive performance of Owensboro’s Austin Gough at the Nike “The Opening” combine in Nashville, Tennessee. We also explain the SPARQ rating and what it intends to indicate. You can read it today for free or buy it tomorrow, your choice.Read more
The two young men whose pictures are attached to this article and published on the front page of the magazine will be in next month’s Future Stars Classic QBing Tennessee and Kentucky. Joshuah Keith is an athlete and QB with physical skills which would make him exceptional were he a senior in HS. He’s presently a 7th grader. Read and enjoy this article about a special player and athlete whose equal you may not see again for many years in
In honor of Dylan Goff’s attempt to break 50-seconds today in the 400 meter and win a regional championship in that event, KPGFootball thought we would publish this article about a kid who plays a disciplined defensive end for his team. Good luck today Dylan from all of your friends at KPGFootball. HB.
Old Coach Lyon didn’t know anything about this kid and couldn’t learn anything either through conventional techniques so I asked Coach Long if he wouldn’t lend a hand. Lucky for KPGFootball, Long was able to get Director Hughes who couldn’t be quiet about the kid and his abilities. It would appear this kid is the total package at the TE position. Enjoy the article about Louisville’s Cole Wickliffe.
All of you who have subscribed, bought articles, and/or have supported or advertised with KPGFootball have meant the world to me. It is time for a new writer, with a new by-line, to step in and continue the unparalleled coverage you have come to expect from KPGFootball. I’ll still be around watching Kentucky football intently and being involved with the magazine and its continued coverage and media-related obligations.
We were invited down to cover the Elite 3 Foundation’s Tennessee Mega-Camp. Needless to say we took full advantage of such a golden opportunity. There were four Kentuckians there and we thought we would break-down how they performed. Like is generally the case, the Kentuckians showed (once again) why the perception Kentucky is a “basketball state” is just grossly in error. Enjoy this article about the four Kentuckians who performed yesterday against some of the best and most highly recruited
In honor of the upcoming Kentucky-Tennessee Future Stars Classic, we thought we would honor a Madisonville area middle schooler. We have already awarded this award to Jordan Miles who made Team Kentucky as a DB. We thought why not award it to Anias MItchell, who is an Alternate and isn’t quite on the team yet but has certainly shown he belongs in unique company when it comes to playing the game of football.Read more
Isaac Sowells, Jr. is another example of an acorn which didn’t fall far from its tree. Isaac Sowell, Sr., played 27 ball games for the Hoosiers at IU, was selected in the 4th round of the NFL draft and played in the League for several years. Little Sowells, who won’t be little for very long, will certainly spike various aspects of Team Kentucky Future Stars (6th) fortunes this coming Summer. Read about Isaac Sowells, Jr. from Louisville, KY.
Isaac Sowells, Jr. is an acorn whom didn’t fall far from the tree. Isaac Sowells, Sr. played at Indiana before being drafted in the 4th round of the 2006 draft and playing several years in “the league (NFL).” This is a kid who is not a normal 6th grade athlete and whom will continue to be athletically superlative for as long as he plays we project. Enjoy this article about a kid nicknamed, “Spike.”Read more