Everybody has to start somewhere. Josh Baisden isn’t as large as his brother, Jacob, and he hasn’t been as productive for the Belfry…yet! Jacob Baisden is moving on to college and many believe Josh is headed for the Belfry D-Line rotation in spite of his only seeing action in 3-games in 2019. Enjoy the article. HB.
The Bell County Bobcats have certainly lost a marquee player in London Stephney. Stephney, headed to the Naval Academy to play football, matriculated to the school from his Knoxville, Tennessee home some 3-4 years ago. He graduated last term. However any team with Dudley Hilton at the helm will always have a chance and Bell County just may be returning more than one realizes. Enjoy this preseason breakdown of a team we expect to be heard from in 3A before
KPGFootball was contacted by one of Kentucky’s more decorated rising seniors, William Long, of Breathitt County High School. He said he wanted to go on the record about the Top-30 Preseason Offensive-Line selections. This article is what he had to say…HB.Read more
Kentucky’s preseason top-20 defensive linemen was released today and like so many things around the high school football world we have something to say about it. Enjoy the article. HB.
Every list ever published extolling the ability of any body of people have had people undervalued on the list, people overvalued on the list, and people glaringly omitted. No list is perfect. BoyleCo has done yeoman’s work here, and while we may not agree with the order, we can’t argue with any of the thirty he listed. We can and will give our opinion…and here it is. Enjoy the article. HB.
We were talking about this stud around the magazine just this morning. It was a teleconference so don’t get your Coronavirus briefs in a twist. We agree this kid here is one of the best Kentucky has to offer at his two positions and in his graduating class. This won’t be the last time you hear this name we promise. HB.
Five of our KPGFootball All-Staters were awarded certificates last night (with Jaylen Turner not pictured) by the Breathitt County Board of Education. Congratulations boys and thanks to the BOE for recognizing their considerable achievement. HB.
Sure, Tyler Morris and Jaylin “The Boss” Bross are among the best football players in Kentucky in their respective classes. Neither of them got there by themselves. Enjoy this article about “The Man who is behind The Men” who are tearing it up at combines this offseason and will further kill it on gridirons across Kentucky this coming Fall. HB.
Just to give you an idea the role Kentucky Prep Gridiron plays in the promotion of the kids we cover, we thought it would be neat to look at this year’s AP All-State Football Team and see just how many of them have, either formerly or presently, make one of our All-State Teams. The results were illuminating. HB.
Well, it is National Signing Day and some kids we kicked off covering when we first came on line are leaving us for the college ranks. We don’t feel as sad as the parents, but it is pretty close. Going to always remember the class of 2020. We are going to miss the class of 2020.Read more