At KPGFootball, we do more than just report on the football players about whom everyone under the son is giddy. We go out and find the players BEFORE our competitors have even heard of them. Today’s article is a perfect example of our network of informants. Everyone thinks of Boudreaux as either a RT or RG on offense. How many of you knew no one of the offensive roster has been able to block him in practice for the past two years? You will see way more of Boudreaux on the field at the “Other End” spot opposite Darion Dearinger this coming season. Remember who told you of it first. HBRead more
Anderson County has made the move from 5 to 4A. In Kentucky, the classification in which a team plays is meaningless as we have argued many times previously. Kentucky has good high school teams and bad high school teams and they are all over all 6 of its classifications. Still, Ryan Stratton is one of our top 2021 offensive centers. If you like them big, strong, and imposing, he’ll also be on your board of top players at the position.
Grayson Cook, quietly and while many of us had diverted our attentions, pushed his commitment announcement from the 12th of July to the 18th. Should this be of concern to the team located in Colorado Springs, Colorado? Check out this article as we check in with 2020’s top OLB/DE prospect and what, if anything, his pushing his announcement to the 18th means for the Air Force Academy, or any other school pressing for a commitment from this prospect.
No matter what some key board assassin or self-described football “expert” may write (us included), real football players know each other when they see each other. That is why peer recognition will always mean more to a player than what some pundit may either write or think. As the old joke goes, “One can’t fool a nit-nat.” Everyone is on the Crowdus train and, truthfully, if he played in a locale more known for producing football talent, he would likely
We love to scour the statistics and then glorify the skill players who compile them. Many of these skill players become our heroes, our kids’ heroes. We forget that Johnny QB or Johnny RB didn’t just run out on the field and run over the defensive 11, single-handily. Someone or 5 particular “someones” have to bust their butts for recognition from only the most knowledgeable few. We love offensive linemen at KPGFootball and Logan Smith is one of our favorites
This Grundy guy may be the marquee athlete Kentucky has anywhere in it’s graduating class of 2021. Why? Well, because he is an All-State football player and on the list of sports in which he participates, football may be his third best. For the Briar Jumpers to threaten the Class 2A football championship in 2019, Kaiya Sheron will need this guy working the field for him as a target. He is also one of 2021’s marquee kick returners. Basically, on
We got some correspondence from a recent graduate of Leslie County High School who informed us she had read our article on Preston Spurlock. She told us further that Spencer Napier was the perfect compliment to Spurlock and that the tandem constituted a nearly unmatched pair of second level defenders. We looked at Napier ourselves and, what do you know, we agreed. Enjoy the article. HB.
You know what we encounter at KPGFootball too many times? Parents inordinately anxious about whether their son will be offered a football scholarship. We have talked to many a father on the brink of despair. For some of these fathers, their level of anxiety is both unwarranted and, frankly, ridiculous, if we are being completely honest. Let this article be a lesson to every Kentucky prospect our there with the dream of playing on Saturdays. You keep handling the parts over which you have control and leave the rest to the experts. Your level of football will find you, will invite you to camp, and will want you. It is out there for you. Don’t despair! Enjoy this article about a kid who was considerably anxious but now is entering his senior campaign on top of the world. We always said he would get there, ask him if we didn’t. HB.Read more
Preston Spurlock is one of our favorite players commonwealth-wide and someone we have selected to our All-State team two straight years. He is someone for whom opposing coaches have to plan to contain. Failure to game-plan him is costly. We call him around the Magazine either the Mountain Hit-Machine, or the Leslie County Hit-Man. Yeah, we’re pretty clever. Enjoy this article which will fully explain the high regard in which we hold this guy who will play on Saturdays should
There is a player listed on the Caldwell roster as wearing No. 63 and slotted at both offensive center and defensive end. This guy doesn’t exist within the public record outside of being awarded the Farmers Bank “Player of the Week” on YourSportsEdge.com. We hope we aren’t being “Cat-fished” here; but, if we aren’t, and if there is such a person who played as well as the 2018 stats indicate, he has to be considered one of the best DEs