We haven’t heard from Dre Maxwell in a while. Reason? Well, it is that hard to work up the St. Xavier depth-chart for any young player in the 6A classification. Still, this is the year. He will kill it this year and all of you will know exactly who he is by playoff time. Enjoy the article. HB.
Coaches can be prone to hyperbole. Still, who are we to quibble, the coach should know better than we. That is why when James Bridges, the HFC at Fulton County, said DiAvian Bradley was “just as good” as Caleb Kimble, we paid attention. Enjoy the article. HB.
Well, there isn’t a combination in the KHSAA at the receiver position which can boast two returners like Jackson Corbett and this feature’s subject, Blake Busson. Now, who’s going to throw them the football now that Beau Allen is opening practice as a Kentucky Wildcat? That is the 64-dollar question isn’t it? Enjoy this article. HB.
We thought we would check in on a kid which Belfry (lucky them) seems to grow on trees over there. Rudy Blackwell, Jr. made our Freshman All-State Football team in 2019 and considering how he played and the numbers he put up it really wasn’t a close call. Heading into his sophomore year, if he continues to develop physically, grow a little thicker to go with his growing taller, there is really no limit to how good he can be.
Sebastian Lawrence is one of 2021’s premier defensive tackles. HIs offer list certainly supports that belief. Is he ready to lead his Tigers past Mayfield and onto a birth in the Regional Championship Game? Hard to tell, but he will certainly be up to that challenge. Enjoy the article. HB.
Man are we already featuring 26’s? This young man here, entering the 7th grade at Whitley County is on the coming MS All-State watchlist and may well be the first 2026-prospect we have featured. If he isn’t THE first, he is among the first. Enjoy the article. HB.
Mason Moore is a player whose full potential is only just now starting to come to the fore. He is a 6-0, 180-pound safety man for Lexington Christian Academy and part of the best collection of 2022’s on any one football team, regardless of classification playing high school football in the commonwealth of Kentucky. His daddy wasn’t too bad at football either. Enjoy the article!
This is one of those “How do they do it moments.” If you would like to take a moment to marvel at the brilliant coverage provided by KPGFootball, feel free to do so now. This is simply the reason we are able to command money for a subscription to this service and why many colleges let us scout Kentucky for them. Xavier Campbell will be a superstar in Kentucky High School football as soon as this coming season. He had
The Beechwood Tigers have won 12 Class A Kentucky State Football Titles. The name alone evokes dread and anxiety from programs much larger than the one in Fort Mitchell, Kentucky. They have a splendid, rising senior QB who is the straw which stirs the drink for the Tigers. Enjoy the article about Cameron Hergott.
When Luke Richardson led the Wildcats to a 14-1 record and 4A Kentucky State Championship in 2018 he probably thought HS football was a breeze. I mean, playing QB as a freshman and winning it all, what’s the big deal, right? Well, last year’s 7-6 proved what Robert Tepper wrote about in his hit song lyrics many years ago. “There’s no easy way out; There’s no shortcut home.” Enjoy the article. HB.Read more