This is the KPGFootball Sophomore All-State Defense together with our All-State Punter/Place-kicker. These aren’t the only all-state football players in Kentucky in the Class of 2022. We missed some players, we always do. However, we are quite confident each and every one of these guys deserve to be on this team. We appreciate our subscribers for the nominations and the selection committee which worked tirelessly to put this team together. Enjoy. HB.
In what has become a tradition at KPGFootball, we have been publishing our end of the year, MS, Freshman, and Sophomore All-State teams. They are the only teams of their like in Kentucky High School football history and we work tirelessly on them. We are coming to the end of this series. Today, we publish the sophomore offense. Keep checking the site for the defense, on which we are still working. If you have a player who you believe should
Here are the KPGFootball Freshman All-State defenders. Certain people at places like Daviess County think it our responsibility to watch highlights of each freshman playing football across Kentucky and select the team from there. It is not. It is the responsibility of our subscribers, who pay for this right, to nominate worthy players who we review after that process is done. If a really good freshman is missed here it is because he wasn’t nominated. If you would like to
Lajuan McAdoo, whose name we have seen spelled “MacAdoo” is this week’s Independence Bank Revolutionary Player of the Week. He just finished his freshman year at Madisonville North-Hopkins and figures to be prominently featured this coming season. Good thing he can really ball! Join us next week when we feature another fine prospect.Read more
Here is the KPGFootball Freshman All-State offense. The selection committee is still working on the other side of the football and the sophomore team. We decided to go ahead and drop the units piece-meal. We know there are people wanting to see this. You had to be a subscriber to nominate. Membership has certain privileges.
So college scouts you like them long, lean, mobile, agile and hostile upfront? Well, here’s 6-6, 288-pounds or Zach Tong from Middlesboro, KY. I would get to the party early, linemen like him tend to have the old dance card fill up quickly. HB.
Zach Wagner runs one of the very high achieving football programs in Kentucky’s Class 2A, particularly on the western end of Kentucky. The Cougars run the Wing-T with a precision which makes its gaining ground on opponents a “given.” The turn-around this year, from 0-3 to the Regional Championship game, was particularly masterful. Read this piece about one of the reasons for the improved play as the season progressed. HB.Read more
We have a hot tip for any of you wondering from where the next group of stars will be coming. Mason County has at least one and his name is Ashton Adams. Read about a young man who has found a way to contribute to his team’s success in a variety of ways and had the fortitude to play this past season all which significantly injured. Enjoy the article. HB.
Yesterday, we gave you the ten kids we expected to hit the varsity playing field first among the graduating class of 2024. Today, we give you another ten. Enjoy the article. HB.
We thought it would be fun to forecast which ten MS players were likely to hit the field first in 2020 on Friday night. We have also included some innuendo we have heard about where some of these guys may end up this Fall. It’s conjecture as we really don’t know anything but we hear rumors and this site is protected and only for the benefit of subscribers so, hey, that’s for what we are paid the big money. Enjoy