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Facing the Music, Logan Music from Johnson Central; Photo: WYMT

’26 RB/CB getting early looks and listens

Logan Music is a 6’0″ RB/CB who really appears to have a bright future. He has been busy making visits and performed very well as a sophomore drawing two-way play for one of the more storied programs in Class 4A. Carter Conley is headed to play college football for the Colonels at Centre College. What will the Eagles do to replace that production. Looks like the Eagles will be playing Music, pardon the pun.

HB Lyon, Scouting Director, KPGFootball

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The Eagles are an American rock band formed in 1971. They have recorded five (5) number one singles and six (6) number one albums while winning six (6) Grammies. Oh yeah, they also have won five (5) AMAs (American Music Awards).

They have sold over 200-million records. The Eagles were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998 and finished number 75 on the Rolling Stone‘s list of 100-greatest bands. If we’re being honest, I am shocked they weren’t ranked even higher.

The Eagles, the Johnson County variety that is, play a little darn football. Johnson Central High was 9-4 a year ago and lost in the Regional Championship Game to Covington Catholic, in Park Hills, Kentucky by a sizable margin.

Johnson Central isn’t accustomed to being beaten like that. The team is committed to insuring it doesn’t happen anymore.

The Eagles lose to graduation a RB so good he will play on Saturday. Carter Conley, an 1,100-yards rushing in ’23, has committed to play in Danville, KY at Centre College. What will the Eagles do for a running attack in ’24. They will have to turn up the Music.

Logan Music…carried the football 93-times, gained 813-yards, and scored seven (7)-TDs while finishing fourth (4th) on the team in scoring

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Logan Music is a guy who just finished his sophomore season. He carried the football 93-times, gained 813-yards, and scored seven (7)-TDs. Music was fourth (4th) on the team in scoring.

Music played on the defensive side too. It is unusual for a sophomore to get much play at the 4A level on a program as storied as Johnson Central. It is far more unusual for that same sophomore to contribute on both sides of the scrimmage line.

Music registered 15-tackles and an INT on defense. Those numbers alone, wracked up with him at corner, would be enough to put him on plenty of recruiting boards.

Music, on offense rushing the football, averaged close to eight and three-quarter yards per carry and scored a TD every 13 or so attempts. Against the Bobcats from Breathitt County in ’23 the young sophomore really turned up the volume.

The Bobcats are a perennial, mountain football power. Music gained 232-yards that night, on 16-rushing attempts, scoring a TD rushing. Music also caught a pair of passes for 34-yards.

Music is a 6,’ tall prospect who weighs in around 175-pounds. He carries a 3.7 GPA ad runs the 40-yard dash around 4.7-seconds.

What will he do for an encore, over his junior season, the year most prospects really shine. Who’s to say for sure. All we can tell you is the Eagles intend to let the Music play.

This is Friday Night Fletch, reporting for KPGFootball, reminding you 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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