’25 RB takes home this award for the second time
The Edens kid had just came off a superlative freshman campaign when we awarded this to him the first time on March 25, 2022. We predicted, “Edens will be heavily counted on early and often over the course of his sophomore year.” Talk about nailing a prediction: Edens just keeps getting better and better and the same is true of Webster County’s varsity football team. If Edens continues on his present performance arc, we will be writing plenty more features on this young RB from here until NSD (National Signing Day).Fletcher W. Long, Head of the Scouting Division, KPGFootball
There is no better time than the present to anoint another Independence Bank, Revolutionary Player of the Week. Independence Bank is proud to sponsor a weekly article highlighting players in the areas where Independence Bank flourishes who embody the same type of revolutionary service to their respective football teams which has made Independence Bank unique and special in the banking industry.
Today we honor for another time a young running back who capitalized on a fine freshman year with a sophomore campaign to remember. Today we honor Jackson Edens from Dixon, Kentucky’s Webster County High.
Webster County High is close to three separate Independence Bank locations in and around the Webster County area. There is one in Beech Grove, Kentucky located in the Marathon Gas Station on 305 Beech Grove Street. There is one in Sebree, Kentucky on 308 US Highway 41 (today’s featured branch). There is a third branch located in Providence, Kentucky on 298 US-41-Alternate.
Get on by the Webster County area locations today and see our friends. Learn why Independence Bank‘s products, people, and services have started a revolution in the Kentucky banking industry.
Last season the on field success for Coach Zach Lagrange’s Webster County team was a little hidden but it was still “there” if you follow our drift. While the team went 4-7, and by recent standards that wasn’t a result at which to sneeze, the Trojans actually played much better than the record showed.
Webster dropped one score margins to Hopkins County Central (4A), Trigg County (3A), and Crittenden County (1A perennial western power). The boys from Dixon could have gone 7-4 just as quickly as they finished 4-7.
Jackson Edens had quite a season coming off a freshman year which would see him lead the ball club in many of the same categories. Edens gained 860-yards from scrimmage in only eight (8) games of action. He led the team in receptions, was the leading average scorer per games played, and was second on the team in overall points scored.
Edens played defense too. He was the ball clubs third leading tackler in spite of missing the two games. He was also the team’s leading solo tackler (meaning he didn’t need any assistance) with 23-stops.
That is a tremendous amount of time spent in the opponent’s backfield. That is a tremendous amount of playmaking from any MLB at any size for any team at any classification.
Congratulations to Jackson Edens for his “Revolutionary Play” this season and that which is to come next year, his junior year. We anticipate his performances to come, together with what he has done to date, have easily earned this magnificent sophomore RB this week’s recognition from the fastest growing bank in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, our friends at Independence Bank.
This is Coach HB Lyon, reporting for Kentucky Prep Gridiron and reminding you that WE’RE JUST CALLING IT LIKE WE SEE IT!
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