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’25 ATH/S may be the top recruit in his class throughout KY

We have been discussing versatility this offseason. Jeremiah Jones may be the highest ranked safety in Kentucky’s ’25 graduating class but he is also among the more versatile and productive, two-way guys in his classification. Jones is 6’6,” 205-pounds and holds offers from Louisville, Nebraska, Murray, and EKU with many more circling him including UK.

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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.  

Independence Bank has a goal of achieving everyday excellence, and this week we are focusing on a player who will go into his junior season coming off a sensational sophomore campaign. We are featuring a rising junior who would have been on our old Sophomore All-State Team if we were still publishing one. Today we feature Jeremiah Jones, a ’25 ATH/S from Murray, Kentucky’s Murray High who may be the top athlete in his graduating class from all across the commonwealth.

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Jones’ performances in ’23 exceeded reasonable expectations for the Tigers from Murray, Kentucky. Jones and his teammates are coming off a 7-5 season but have every reason to be excited about the prospects of the program heading into the ’24 campaign.

Murray High is close to two fine branches. One of the branches goes by “Patriot Square (pictured)” and is located at 507 North 12th Street and the other is called the “Glendale Branch” and may be found on 721 South 12th-Street both of which are in Murray, Kentucky 42071.

Get on by and visit both of these fine branches today. Discover what makes Independence Bank’s people, products, and services revolutionary in the financial services industry. 

Threw for 643-yards and 6-TDs, ran for 204, caught 22-passes, registered 66-tackles, 4-TFLs, and 5-QB sacks…we call that versatile

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Jeremiah Jones is among the most versatile and skilled athletes in Kentucky’s graduating class of 2025. Who tells us this is so? Every major recruiting site in existence and the coaching staffs of the Power 5 Division I programs who have already offered him seem to believe it. That is good enough for us.

Jeremiah Jones

First of all, this guy projects as a safety in college and he has one Hell of a frame to play it. Jones is 6’6,” and weighs 205-pounds (according to Rivals.com). He plays some QB, is among the club’s leading rushers, and is one of its more consistent targets in the downfield passing game.

On offense in ’23, Jones threw for 643-yards and six (6) TDs, ran for 204-yards and three (3) TDs, caught 22-passes for 326-yards and a pair of TDs receiving. Jones was 4th on the team in scoring.

Defensively, Jones registered 66-tackles, four (4) TFLs, five (5) QB-sacks, two (2) INTs for 89-IRNYs while forced a pair of fumbles. This is coming off a sophomore season at safety where the rising senior had a team-high 97 tackles, along with four (4) TFLs, and five (5) INTs.

Jones returned one interception for a TD as a sophomore and also rushed for a TD. Jones had seven tackles and one interception in two games as a freshman for the Tigers.

Jones was the team’s fourth leading scorer, 2nd leading passer, 2nd leading rusher, and among the leaders in TFLs, Sacks, INTs, and IRNYs

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Murray High will really need Jones in ’24. The rising senior faces a roster which has lost its QB and second leading rusher (Colin Wilson), a near thousand yard rusher, the team’s second leading receiver, and leading scorer (Kainoa Olive), and the team’s leading down field target and second leading scorer (Zavion Carman).

The team does return Jones. The team does return a reliable PK in Hank Fronza, who converted 23 of 25 PATs in ’23. They have work to do, but they do have some fine workers.

Congratulations to Jeremiah Jones both for his Revolutionary Play in ’23 and that which is to come in ’24 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 Friday Night Fletch, 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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