As you are aware, we both have and continue to cover Clarksville, Tennessee talent, and talent from the Clarksville metropolitan area, as part of our coverage largely because we are principally based in Hopkinsville, Kentucky. Hopkinsville and Clarksville comprise one metropolitan area in spite of one city being in Kentucky and the second laying just across the Tennessee state line. Well, we are proud to have partnered with the law firm of Meeks & Meeks, Attorneys to feature a weekly article promoting a Clarksville-Montgomery County area prep football player. Meeks & Meeks, Attorneys is a full service law firm covering all areas within the realm of general practice from domestic to criminal defense, contracts to malpractice, Will & Estates to civil and criminal matters in General Sessions. If you have a problem, they have a solution. If you feel like you’re drowning, they are the life raft. Call them at 931.645.3888 or just drop by 137 Franklin Street in Clarksville, Tennessee 37040.
Well, for Montgomery County schools the playoffs were over in a blink. Only Montgomery Central and Clarksville Academy made it past the first round with Clarksville’s other entrants exiting in round one. A team which made the playoffs, benefitting from the Northeast trials and tribulations (and a certain number of wins vacated by TSSAA rule for the use of an ineligible player) were the Kenwood Knights. Kenwood, in getting ready for next year, has a very special player, who can do special things with the ball in his hands, in Kavarius Moody, whom won this distinction back in January of this year. Moody, whose nickname playing football in Clarksville in junior pro was K-Moody terrorized the junior pro ranks and has grown up into a football player whom has equally terrorized opponents, just this time they are all from his hometown. Moody is a 5-9 and 155 pound, Class of 2020 prospect whom benches the high school rep weight of 185 a reported 10 times, which is extraordinary for both his size and positions. Moody squats a reported 315 pounds and plays both WR and Corner for the Knights in addition to his duties as a K/Punt returner on special teams.
At the conclusion of this article we will link Moody’s highlights from his just completed Junior season. You will see him catch passes and then stock-pile yards after the catch, taking many all the way to pay dirt. You will see him score multiple times running Jet from out of the slot. He will take punts to the house, as well as kicks, and he will both intercept and break-up opponent’s attempts to pass the ball all over the field while stationed at corner. Basically, Moody is the same K-Moody we all saw tearing up the Junior Pro ranks in Clarksville. It is nearly impossible to get him to the ground and contain him in a phone booth, much less in open field. Kenwood was 4-7 in 2018, losing to Kirby High School in the first round 41-13. Having playmakers like Kavarius Moody back for a senior season, and getting him the ball with some room to operate in 2019, will be keys to Kenwood coming back in 2019 bent on doing better than losing three more than it won.
On behalf of Meeks and Meeks, attorneys, and in conjunction with KPGFootball we are very proud to award to Class of 2019, WR/C, Kavarius Moody, this week’s distinction as the Meeks & Meeks, Attorneys, Montgomery County Player of the Week. KPGFootball continues to look forward to our partnership with Meeks & Meeks, Attorneys as we both continue to publicize and promote all of the fine young football players in and around Clarksville, Tennessee. Congratulations to Kavarius Moody for being our Meeks & Meeks, Attorneys, Montgomery County Area Player of the Week!
This is Fletcher Long reporting for KPGFootball reminding you to PLAY THROUGH THE WHISTLE!
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