Jaylin Bross is a kid the magazine nicknamed “The Boss” after his winning the Offensive MVP of the East/West Kentucky KYMSFA All-State game back in 2016. Hard to believe it has been four years since then.
Bross has worked his can off playing and competing in Kentucky’s largest classification, in its hardest district, on the roster of one of its most storied programs. His hard work really paid dividends in 2019, both for Louisville Male and for Bross.
Entering his senior season, Jaylin Bross returns the leading rusher for the Bulldogs. He’s one of the leading returning rushers in the entire Derby City.
In 2019, Jaylin carried 265-times from scrimmage, for 1,678-yards rushing with 20-rushing TDs. He also had 765-yards gained after contact, an astounding number.
Bross, who already has a Division-I offer to play football collegiately “in pocket,” has been nominated for a prestigious award. Bross is up for ESPN’s “Honorary Espy” for Male Athlete of the Year in Louisville, Kentucky.
The award is given to the student athlete in the Louisville area displaying excellence both on the field and in the classroom. The award also recognizes student athletes who are excellent representatives for their programs in the Louisville community.
Well, our guy, Jaylin Bross is easily all of those things. Voting ended July 19 and we voted for him. We hope you will too.
Congratulations to Jaylin Bross for being nominated. Your friends and family at KPGFootball sure hope you win.
This is Coach HB Lyon, reporting for KPGFootball, and we’re JUST CALLING IT LIKE WE SEE IT!
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