You Really don’t want to lose top-flight talent entering your ninth-grade. Not all ninth-graders are created equally. Some have the frame, polish, and skill set to help teams out quickly. Andrew Nason is one of those type ninth-graders. He has had excellent coaching, has a very polished skill-set, with an excellent frame and athleticism which would indicate early PT for one of 2024’s best football players. Enjoy the article, Yellow-Jacket Fans! HB.
This is a very solid pickup for Class 5A Southwestern High School in Pulaski County, Kentucky. Alex was an all-District performer a year ago and was one of the Eagles most reliable down-field receiving targets and one of its more capable coverage corners. He is a former “Team Kentuckian” so we know he possesses the ability to play the game at a very high level. He will need that ability because Southwestern has some “folks” to play in that very
Sometimes we forget that not every kid comes in and slides straight into the Friday night lineup as a freshman. This is especially true at the 5A level of football in Kentucky. However, by year’s end we saw more and more of JT Adams patrolling the Colonel defense’s second level. Get ready, you will certainly see way more of that this year out of a kid we have consistently ranked among the top 2-3, 2023 LBs. Enjoy the article. HB.
He’s the definitive player at his position in the commonwealth of Kentucky but now the two-time first-team All-Stater (AP) is drawing attention from outside the United States. Enjoy this article about Breathitt County’s William Long.
This kid here was forced into action as a freshman. He performed admirably and now has his team looking to vastly improve on its finish (4-7) from the 2019 season as 2020 rolls around. Enjoy this article about Samuel Davis, who is a rising sophomore QB at Frankfort High School and go see our friends down at the fastest growing bank in the commonwealth, Independence Bank. Find out why their products and people have started a revolution in the financial services market. HB.Read more
We saw this kid at the Bret Cooper game a couple of years ago. The East Coaching staff couldn’t stop talking about him. How good is this kid? Well, he played in 8-games as a freshman at 5A Owensboro Senior! That should tell you something. HB.
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.
This guy has the frame colleges covet. Has the length too and is mighty effective along the first level in the down-hill run game. Enjoy this look at 6-6, 330-pound, Spencer County’s biggest Bear, Gavin Phillips. 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.