East Robertson’s Ian McKinzie (c/o 2022) is the Stewart Williams Company Robertson County Player of the Week…

Both KPGFootball and the Stewart Williams Furniture Company want to make the dreams and aspirations of the young athletes in and around Robertson County come true. After all, Robertson County has supported Stewart Williams all these years. That is why, when the opportunity presented to partner with KPGFootball to promote area, young football players, or even a coach or two, in the hopes the players’ athletic achievements would net for their families and them a college education and a better life, Stewart Williams said, count on us. 

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Sophomore is the year when high school stars work themselves into the Friday night lineup. We expect today’s recipient is headed for Friday night stardom and believe he will start establishing that fact tonight on the road in Chapel Hill, Tennessee playing Forrest High.

Ian McKinzie has the perfect build to play offensive guard in high school. The class of 2022 fire-hydrant is a compact 5-10 but weighs a solid 265-pounds of down-hill, drive-blocking machinery.

The Indians, having Cameron Swift at the controls of the offense again this year, figure to be surging back to the prominence the program once enjoyed under Coach Jeff Chatman, now the AD. If that is true, tonight’s contest figures to be a stern measuring stick.

Forrest, under Matt Kriesky, was 5-6 in 2018 and had weeks were the boys in Red, White, and Blue looked quite good. The important thing for them is to gain consistency, though we would really rather them do that next week, as opposed to this one.

If the Indians ground the Rockets in Chapel Hill tonight, it will take a strong effort from the boys in the trenches. It is time McKinzie, now get in there and show us what you got!

Congratulations, to Ian McKinzie of Cross Plains, Tennessee for being selected this week’s Stewart Williams Furniture Company’s Robertson County Player of the Week. Join us next week as we anoint a new recipient.

Reporting for KPGFootball, this is F.W. Long, reminding all of you ballers out there that #WeGotUCovered and to PLAY THROUGH THE WHISTLE.

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