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Keegan Gulley

This guy is a ’25 prospect but we aren’t really sure in what sport. You see, Keegan Gulley is a star in football, baseball, and basketball. With his 6’2,” 161-pound frame we believe him to be the heir apparent at the QB position at Brossart. Truthfully, athletes like Gulley are just hard to keep off the field.

Fletcher W. Long, Senior Scout and Editorial Board Member

Keegan Gulley is a ’25 prospect. In what sport may be a more challenging question.

Gulley played in 12 of the team’s 13-games played in ’21 while just a freshman. He completed a handful of passes, scored at least once rushing, and had a handful of tackles while playing defense.

Gulley is multi-talented

This Bishop Brossart bunch aren’t a bunch of “Joe Slappies” either. Brossart won 12-straight football games a year ago before ultimately falling to Raceland in the Regional Finals.

Loosing to the Rams is understandable. They are routinely one of 1A’s more formidable programs.

Gulley plays more than just football. In baseball, we are told he is a catcher/outfielder par excellence. We don’t know it for sure, we don’t cover the sport, but we have no reason to question it.

We have also heard Gulley is quite a basketball player too. Like baseball, we don’t cover it but have no reason to question the information passed along to us.

We do cover football. The young gridiron star is a future all-state type in our estimation.

Brossart is similar to lots of other 12-win teams across Kentucky. They have graduated some might fine players including its first All-stater in program history.

That all-stater, Jed Martin (’22), rode nearly 1,400-yards rushing and 11-rushing TDs to his selection. A strong all-state case could have been made for Jacob Leicht (’22) too who ran for over a thousand and was the club’s leading passer from the QB-post a year ago.

Both Martin and Leicht are gone. Gulley has to step into the huge void remaining for the team to continue to enjoy success.

Can he do it? We are willing to bet on him!

This is Coach HB Lyon, reporting for KPGFootball, and we’re JUST CALLING IT LIKE WE SEE IT!

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