Hart County’s Kohnner Trent, ’25, made the All-State team this year; who knows what will follow from here… @kohnner2trent @HartCountyFball @840WHAS @minguabeefjerky @1776Bank @KyHighFootball

Hart County won its district, its region, and challenged for its classification

’25 WR/DB was sure effective for his Raiders in ’23

All-State teams are generally laden with outgoing seniors who “have paid their dues” so to speak. However, we have never made a habit of considering a candidates year in school and have, therefore, recognized quite a few underclassmen this and any year. Kohnner Trent is a junior who will be a senior in the Fall of ’24. He was absolutely spectacular this year, and because of his play and that of his teammates, Hart County enjoyed a special season. This kid has plus length and he is a superior athlete with plenty of bounce and explosion. We believe he will be among the more sought after prospects in his class this offseason.

HB Lyon, Scouting Director, KPGFootball

Kohnner Trent’s Hudl Page: Link

Munfordville, KY: Coach Chad Griffin and his Raiders found themselves in uncharted territory this postseason. The Raiders won the district and the Region and were playing Bell County for a birth in the Title Game opposite Christian Academy-Louisville (CAL) on UK’s Kroger Field.

The Raiders came up two-points shy, losing 30-28. It doesn’t take much away from a magical season which would see the boys from Munfordville, KY come up inches from a shot at the belt.

Kohnner Trent had quite a magical season too. He was selected to the NewsRadio 840 WHAS & KPGFootball, Small-School (1A, 2A, & 3A) All-State Football team.

Trent selection was one-hundred percent warranted, in spite of his being only a junior. Trent registered 76-tackles, 2.5-TFLs, half a sack, 1-FF, and 2-FRs. Trent picked 5-passes for 150 IRNYs and a “pick-six.”

Trent registered 76-tackles, 2.5-TFLs, half a sack, 1-FF, and 2-FRs while picking five (5)-passes for 150 IRNYs and a “pick-six”

KHSAA statistical website

Trent played offense. By “playing offense,” we aren’t talking abut token, offensive assignment either.

Trent caught 22-passes for 330-yards and 5-TDs. His efforts were instrumental to Hart County enjoying its best season in program history (13-1, Regional Champions).

Going forward, we believe Trent is as recruitable as an offensive player as he is on defense. Matter of fact, there are schools interested in what he might contribute to special teams at the next level.

Colleges love athletes with varied and diverse skill sets. Trent is such an athlete.

Trent is a star on Hart County’s basketball team in addition to his football exploits. Going forward, Trent is a guy we believe will be heavily recruited.

Trent made our Small-School All-State Football team as a DB. It is very hard to find back-third athletes with his length, speed, explosion, and skills. We wouldn’t be surprised for him to take a run at this team in ’24 as a WR.

This is Friday Night Fletch, reporting for KPGFootball, reminding you to PLAY THROUGH THE WHISTLE!

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