Edens-A three-phase contributor for Webster County’s Trojans in ’23
Jackson Edens is a guy who tends to fly under the radar. That doesn’t diminish his game-play. Edens (’25) gained 1,006-yards on only 112-carries which is darn close to nine-yards a carry (8.98). Edens was second on the team in scoring and registered points rushing (9-TDs), receiving (2-TDs), housing a punt, housing two (2) KOs, scoring five (5)-two pointers on special teams for 94-points in his 10-games of action.HB Lyon, Scouting Director, 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 a ’25 RB/DB many, around the commonwealth, believe to be among the better players at the 3A level in all of western Kentucky. This week’s recipient had an incredibly productive ’23 season where he contributed in all three phases of a football game and led his team to the playoffs after peeling off five (5) straight victories in route to a 6-5 finish. This week we are honoring the play of Jackson Edens, ’25 RB/DB, from Dixon, Kentucky’s Webster County High.
Edens was a junior at Webster County High School in ’23. Webster County High is only minutes away from today’s featured branch in Sebree, Kentucky and a second branch in Providence.
The Sebree branch (below pictured) is 15 miles from Edens’ Webster County High School. You can find this branch on 308 U.S. Highway 41 North, in Sebree, KY, zip code 42455.
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It boggles the mind to think of all the ways Jackson Edens contributed to his team’s bottom line this past season. He was a three-phase contributor in every way that term has ever been used regarding a football star.
Edens was a thousand yard rusher. Edens scored nine-TDs rushing and two-TDs receiving. Edens housed a punt and two kicks.
Edens registered some tackles and an INT on defense. Edens put 94-points on the scoreboard to include five (5) two-pointers on special teams.
For its part, Webster County had a tremendous season in ’23. The Trojans made the KHSAA playoffs, and in a six team district that is no given.
Webster County also lit up the scoreboard in ’23. After losing its opener, Webster reeled off five straight wins, scored 64-points on Trigg County, and put up 73-points on the Ft. Campbell Falcons. The Falcons also made the playoffs this year in Class 2A and had a good season, the defensive debacle against Webster notwithstanding.
Putting athletes like Jackson Edens on the field is the reason Trojans appear to be catching fire heading into ’24. That’s our take anyway…
This is Friday Night Fletch, reporting for Kentucky Prep Gridiron, reminding you to PLAY THROUGH THE WHISTLE!