Both KPGFootball and the Stewart Williams Furniture Company wants 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 in the hopes their 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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We featured an interior offensive lineman for the Bobcats just last week. Before we move on to another high school in Robertson County, we thought it would be grievous error to not write about Noah Batey, Class of 2020. One quick look at his highlights, linked here, and you will discover our enthusiasm concerning his play.
Noah, or as he is known around Robertson County, “Big No. 75,” has some really outstanding aspects to his game-play. He is listed as a tackle or guard but plays left-tackle at Greenbrier and projects as a left tackle once he gets to college.
In watching his film, we were impressed with how well he slides off second, and even third level, ahead of plays and covers up both LBs and DBs. He seems to pass-set well and keeps his shoulders square to the line, as he drops, without getting too splayed open leaving him vulnerable the inside and under rip toward the QB. We loved his motor exhibited by his driving his feet after initial contact, continuing to target defenders through the whistle.
Noah clips the 40-yard dash in a registered 5.7-seconds, which is good mobility and straight-line speed for an OL his size. Noah also squats 405 pounds, which is adequate for where he plays; but, if we are being honest, his 225-pound bench press tells us he could use sometime in the weight room.
That being said, anything wrong with Noah as a football player is fixable. There is enough good about him to forecast he will play college football, though he may not avoid being redshirted his first year.
Congratulations, to Noah Batey 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 HB Lyon, filling in for Fletcher Long, reminding all of you ballers out there that #WeGotUCovered and to PLAY THROUGH THE WHISTLE.
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