Brian Crawford is a specimen. He is also about to be a junior. Why did he only get in one varsity game a year ago? We don’t know. If the Cards would like to greatly improve on last season’s 3-9, we would suggest getting the yoked, brick, crap-houses on the field and off the sideline this coming Fall. Enjoy the feature. HB.
Austin Trent is a ‘football player.’ There are some of you out there who know exactly what that means. There was a time when college programs knew the importance of ‘football players’ though we are as sure of that still being true as we once were. Either way, Trent is set to have a huge year this coming Fall. He will be a Junior. The Junior year is like ‘moving day’ in a PGA Tour event. Enjoy the feature. HB.
Tyler Hill is the kind of player teams just can’t seem to find with sufficient regularity. He is a hulking interior OL who can play multiple slots along the front and who (we believe) has a bright future in this game post-high school. Enjoy the feature. HB.
Ft. Thomas Highlands hasn’t been of late what we have grown accustomed to seeing from the Bluebird football program. However, they have young talent which will surely get them back to the top of the pile. Devon James is certainly among the more promising players the program boasts within the ’25 graduating class. Enjoy this look at one of Kentucky’s finest from the very finest in beef jerky from all across this mighty land of ours, the Mingua family. HB.
I remember a mother telling me when I was coaching that her son was a varsity football player. I told her, “Well Ma’am, he’s playing in a JV game in about a half-hour. If he’s a varsity guy he should stick out like a sore thumb in this JV game.” That is as fair of an indicator as I know. Well, I watched Pavey’s JV film and it appeared obvious to me Pavey is a varsity player. We believe he will show all of us this coming Fall. Enjoy the feature. HB.
Here is our KPGFootball preseason top 5 for the ’22 Fall football season. We have made an exhaustive search of the respective rosters of the teams listed and believe these five to be the class of the Classification. Enjoy. HB.
LaRue County has one fine QB who has reclassified as a ’25 prospect and is framed out exactly like one wants to see a pro-style QB. Cutter Boley has a couple Power 5 offers know with several others circling. One has to figure he will pledge himself to UK when the ‘Cats offer. Enjoy the feature. HB.
Can’t imagine anywhere in Kentucky apart from Frederick Douglass where an athlete which is framed out like Myles Moseley (’23) would be anything apart from the team’s main target in the downfield passing game. Yet, here is a 6’3″ and 170-pound WR/FS used primarily as a down-field stalk blocker catching only 4-footballs over a 15-game season. The graduation and matriculation onto the UK roster of ’22’s Dane Key should free up some targets for Moseley. We predict the Bronco faithful will wonder what took so long. HB.
We search far and wide to bring you the players who have revolutionized the performance of the team in the communities we serve. We also enjoy recognizing superior branches in the Independence Bank family. This week we recognize a rising senior at Louisville’s Male High and the famous branch located on “1900 Colonel Sanders Lane.” Get on by and discover why Independence Bank’s people, products, and services have started a revolution in the financial services market in Kentucky. HB.
Aiden Jones will figure to be one of Kentucky’s highest regarded ’23 prospects before the final word is written on that account. Jones has the frame and the production to warrant such attention. Enjoy the feature. HB.