Is Owen LeMaster, Johnson Central, Kentucky’s best interior OL in the Class of 2022?

At KPGFootball, we can’t be higher on any young interior offensive lineman than we are on Owen LeMaster. This kid is a bull in the tradition of an Ethan Wolford or even an Andrew Clifton. Heck, he even kind of favors Clifton. We feel LeMaster is the best OG in Kentucky in the graduating class of 2022. If we were selecting a football team from that class, he would be our first choice at the guard slot from out of

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@NStotts58 (Nathan Stotts), Louisville Male, Class of 2020, covering the QB’s back-side

Nathan Stotts has been unofficially ranked the 11th best offensive lineman in Kentucky, preseason 2019. He will be a senior this coming Fall and has impressed out on the camp/combine circuit. His dance card is filling up. Read this article and discover why this is one of Kentucky’s most highly regarded players along the offensive line. Enjoy this article.

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The recruitment for Kentucky’s top 2021 linebacker, Austin Gough, is getting hotter

He’s the top rated linebacker in Kentucky’s class of 2021 and the class’s overall top rated football player at any position. He has been setting records with his play at Owensboro Senior High School a program which has produced a few players in its day. Now, Austin Gough is killing it on the camp/combine circuit and some big-timers are clamoring for his services. Enjoy this article about a kid who will start getting offers in short order. From head to

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Camp/Combine Season has shown Trinity’s Christopher Forehand Jr., Class of 2021, is worthy of feature coverage

Here is a name which has been buried on the freshman and JV rosters at Trinity High School and has slipped from many’s memories. He has always been among the best football players in the Class of 2021, since that class was in middle school, and the same is still true today. We have rediscovered Christopher Forehand Jr. during this camp/combine season and we predict he will be a household name this coming high school, varsity season. Enjoy this article

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@Jon_Nalley, Class of 2021-Daviess County, is certainly a long, tall drink of water

You’ve heard the saying someone is a long, tall drink of water. Well that saying seems appropriate for Daviess County’s Jon Nalley. Nalley plays left tackle for the Class 6A Panthers and is 6-6, weighing 280-pounds. He is a Class of 2021 prospect for whom we expect the recruiting trail to heat up considerably in very short order. Read about this prospect ranked by Bluegrass Rivals the 17th most highly regarded OL in all of the commonwealth. You know the

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Football parents, you can publicize your kid WITHOUT downing someone else’s…

We believe this is an important public service announcement. You may wish to read and consider this advice. In the end, you do whatever you want, but there is a right-way and wrong-way to promote your son as a football player. “Football parents” have an exceedingly bad reputation. In large part, the reputation is earned and well-deserved. It doesn’t have to be. Please read and consider this article. HB Lyon.

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Kameron Williams, Class of 2021, is the Meeks & Meeks Montgomery County Player of the Week

Kameron Williams is a fire-plug of an interior offensive lineman who can additionally play along the defensive front from NG to DT. Know what else he is? He is also our Meeks & Meeks Attorneys, Montgomery County Player of the Week. Coach Greer’s Knights will depend on linemen like Williams if he is to have the type success at Kenwood he was accustomed to celebrating when coordinating the Knoxville Catholic defense. Enjoy this article and join us next week when we anoint another Montgomery County Player of the Week brought to you by your friends at Meeks & Meeks Attorneys.

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Greenbrier’s Noah Batey is this Week’s Stewart Williams Company’s Robertson County Player of the Week

Before we left Greenbrier for another one of the Robertson County Schools (we’ll be back, don’t worry), we thought we would feature the big left tackle for the Bobcats. You call him “Big No. 75” and we call him Noah Batey. Batey is a next-level player whose deficiencies are fixable. What he does have in spades is a motor, large frame with plenty of length, and athleticism. He plays with his hips sunk, lowering his pad level to where an OL coach would want it. Congratulations to this week’s Stewart Williams Company’s Robertson County Player of the Week and join us next week as we crown a new recipient.

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Hosea Knifeley, Butler Traditonal, cuts like a knife (through the OL), but it feels so right (at least for Butler)

People around the Derby City felt slighted this prospect wasn’t in the top spot on the Kentucky 20 best DL, preseason list, published to Bluegrass Rivals yesterday. Whether he should have been can be argued either way. He certainly should have been on the list and he certainly was, coming in at No. 5. Regardless, Knifeley, who’s last name reminds us of one of our favorite lyrics from a song from one of our favorite all-time Rockers, is one whale

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Here’s Mud[d] in your eye…Class of 2021’s John Mudd

You know the toast, “Here’s mud in your eye” takes on a different connotation completely when you add a “d” to the end of “mud” and capitalize the “M.” Big John Mudd, ranked the 20th best OL in all of Kentucky and 9th best in the Class of 2021, gets in a lot of eyes and it is none too pleasant we hear. This is a guy whose move to the interior OL could net him tremendous benefit owing to

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