KeVauhn Edmonds ready for the limelight
This is a prospect whose height may make some teams overlook him. Well, that is just a mistake. This low-leveraged lineman is a guy who could play on either side of the football at the next level and is well put together, especially for a guy who played his junior season as a 16-year old. We project him as a DT in college. Edmonds helped lead the Panthers to the 1A championship game a couple seasons back and he would very much like to do that once more.Fletcher Long, KPGFootball‘s Director of the Scouting Division
There is no better time than the present to anoint another Independence Bank, Revolutionary 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.
Today we honor a guy many, around the commonwealth, believe to be one of the better young OL/DL prospects on the western end of Kentucky. Kevauhn Edmonds is a 5’11,” 280-pound gap clogger hard to dig out of the lane who plays primarily on the offensive front for the Panthers. Should he stay at OL, look for him to move to the interior, perhaps even to the center post, where good play is particularly sought out by college programs. Today we feature Kevauhn Edmonds from Russellville, Kentucky’s Russellville High School.
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Kevauhn Emonds is listed at a right tackle on the Russellville High roster. We can sort of see that as the RT is often the drive blocking tackle as opposed to LT’s; who are most often the guardians of a QB’s “blind side” in the passing game.
Edmonds is put together the way football coaches want to see their linemen. Edmonds is only 5’11,” 280-pounds, but he has long arms, moves his feet well, and appears adept at dropping his hip line and getting up and under hard-charging DL.
Edmonds also deploys as a DT. It is common for top-flight talent at the 1A level to draw “double duty” on both sides of the football. There is, after all, just so much talent to spread around at that (or any) level of competition.
Congratulations to Kevauhn Edmonds for his “Revolutionary Play” over the course of his career, and particularly during the previous season. Good luck to him as he gets prepared to play a senior season which will be key to his getting recruited to play the game he loves at the next level.
We maintain his play this past year easily earned this magnificent junior this week’s recognition from the fastest growing bank in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, our friends at Independence Bank.
This is HB Lyon, reporting for Kentucky Prep Gridiron and reminding you THAT WE’RE JUST CALLING IT LIKE WE SEE IT!
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