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Celebrating the type Revolutionary Performance which has made us the fastest growing bank in the Kentucky financial service's market

’25 linebacker turning heads with his play and potential

Jamison Brown is the leading tackler from the ’22 defense returning for John Edge’s Eagles. Morgan Eans and his 132-tackles have walked the graduation stage, leaving Brown as the odds-on favorite to lead the defense this coming season. He appears to us to be the man for the job. Brown will be a junior. Brown is drawing D-1 interest. Brown’s present 6’1,” 200-pound frame doesn’t look finished to us.

HB Lyon, Scouting Divison, KPGFootball

There is no better time than the present to anoint another Independence Bank 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.  

2465 W. Parrish Ave

Independence Bank has a goal of achieving everyday excellence, and this week we are focusing on a linebacker who enters his junior season ready to seize control and leadership of the Apollo defense. Today, we are featuring Jamison Brown, a ’25 MLB/OLB from Owensboro’s Apollo High School. 

Brown attends Apollo High which, down the road from two fine Independence Bank branches, one located on 3228 KY-54 and the other on 2465 W. Parrish Avenue (above pictured) both in Owensboro, Kentucky. Get on by and visit either of these fine branches today. Discover what makes Independence Bank’s people, products, and services revolutionary in the financial services industry. 

Jamison Brown, a ’25 OLB/MLB from Owensboro’s Apollo High, played mighty well a year ago with his 79-registered “stops”

KHSAA statistical website

Jamison Brown, a ’25 OLB/MLB from Owensboro’s Apollo High, played mighty well a year ago for a program competing at Kentucky’s highest level of competition. The Eagles struggled in ’22 (2-9), but they have one of the finer, more accomplished coaches in the game on the western end of Kentucky and Coach Edge will “right the ship,” don’t you fret.

Morgan Eans has walked across the graduation stage and his 132-tackles and an INT walked the platform with him. The leading returning tackler for Apollo in ’23 will be Brown, who registered 79-stops a year ago as only a sophomore.

The general rule of thumb is “college players” find the lineup in HS over the course of that prospect’s sophomore season. Of course, should that prospect be the team’s second leading tackler, all the better.

Brown looks like a next-level LBer to us. Both Bowling Green and Tennessee State agree with us. They have both had Brown on “unofficial visits” and keep in close contact with him.

Bowling Green and Tennessee State have had this prospect visit unofficially

Fletcher Long, KPGFootball’s Senior Sportswriter

Brown is 6’1,” and weights 200-pounds. One of his more impressive statistics is that 3.4 GPA he is sporting.

We can’t stress this enough, unless you are on the Composite top-100 list (and maybe even then), schools are going to be keenly interested in both your academic standing and citizenship on and off the football field or even the campus. Slip any at all, and it is on to the next candidate.

It is a “dog eat dog” world in college football recruiting these days. Don’t get caught wearing “milk bone underwear (Norm, Cheers).”

This is a guy who appears ready for his being pursued by schools. He has a well-thought out highlight film, an NCAA ID Number, and his information is easy to access.

Congratulations to Jamison Brown, both for his Revolutionary Play in ’22, his sophomore season, and that which is to come in ’23 and beyond, all of which has earned him this week’s recognition from the fastest growing bank in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, your friends at Independence Bank. 

This is Fletcher Long, reporting for Kentucky Prep Gridiron, reminding all of you reading this to PLAY THROUGH THE WHISTLE! 

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Two-time winner of Kentucky Press Association awards for excellence in writing and reporting news stories while Managing Editor of the Jackson (KY) Times-Voice

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