We first started covering “Hoss” when he was in middle school playing for Team Kentucky. As low to the ground and powerfully as he plays, he is a problems for framed-out O-Linemen to try to block. Enjoy this article about one of 2022’s best on either side of the football along the interior. HB.
There is no a surprise here. Austin Gough, the 2021 LBer who has been at the top of KPGFootball’s board at his position, Kentucky-wide, since we first watched him in 7th grade play for Team Kentucky, has snagged a D-I offer from Southeast Missouri. This is the first of many. Enjoy the article. HB.
He had a splendid sophomore campaign at Frederick Douglass before bolting for the prestigious IMG Academy for his Junior campaign. Well, he must have missed us (we sure missed him) because the player they call “The Flash” is back in Lexington and ready to saddle up for one more rodeo with Frederick Douglass. Enjoy the article. HB.
Okay, we are unabashed Zach Yates fans around KPGFootball. He made two of our previous All-State teams. Read this article and perhaps you will see why. HB.
Here’s a Louisville kid playing football for a small but mighty 1A private school program in the Derby City. This guy just absolutely crushes the eye-test. Thing is, he looks the part of QB, TE, or LB. Keep an eye on this one this coming Fall. He’ll be fun to monitor. HB.
Who are the guys vying for the head football coaching job at Trigg County High School? Well, here are the names we are hearing most linked to the opening. Any of these would be solid hires. Call this an educated guess…HB.
If your looking for a team to make incredible strides in 2020, look no further than the Marshals. Why? Well, Quinn Smith putting in the work he is will ALWAYS net benefits. That is what makes HS football so fun. Enjoy the article. HB.
Here’s a 6-4, 275-pound grown man playing DE in Kentucky’s second largest city and largest classification of football competition virtually unknown to everyone outside of KPGFootball and Western Michigan University. Well, it is Kentucky. Try to learn something today as we feature a guy who has to be in the discussion of the best football prospects in Kentucky’s 2021 graduating class. HB.
These four guys lead the pack in Kentucky’s 2021 graduating class in regard to playing experience and success on Friday nights. They may be the saltiest veterans in the KHSAA entering the 2020 season. Enjoy the article…HB.
The KHSAA, in an attempt to ward off any unnecessary spread of the Coronavirus also know as Covid-19, is imposing a mandatory “Dead Period” which is set to run through April 12, 2020. It could go longer, it could end sooner. KPGFootball is providing this article as a public service to football fans across Kentucky. HB.Read more