Logan Lundy won this the first time in March of ’22 for his sophomore season; his junior season has sparked another award!
Logan Lundy won this back in March of ’22. Since then he had a junior campaign so worthy of recognition we couldn’t help ourselves. Lundy is ranked among the nation’s best dual-threat QB’s in the ’24 graduating class, particularly in Kentucky. He is drawing quite a bit of D-1, FBS attention too and with good reason.Fletcher Long, Director of Scouting, KPGFootball
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Our recipes and our quality ingredients, hand-cut from solid pieces of beef, are never chopped or formed like other brands, making our products superior and one of a kind. That would make our products similar to this year’s Protein Packed Performer, Logan Lundy, ’24 QB, from Raceland, Kentucky’s Raceland-Wothington High, wouldn’t it?
Logan Lundy first won this prize package back in March, 2022. His winning again isn’t unprecedented.
We would be the first to say it doesn’t happen often. However, Lundy isn’t the only former recipient who rendered a performance so spectacular it just had to be recognized a second time.
Lundy killed it this past year. The ’24 prospect with the D-1 frame (6’3,” 215), competed 133 of his 223-passing attempts (60%), for 2,372-yards with 35-passing TD’s against 8-thrown INT’s. His team finished 13-2 this past season, losing in the 1A title game to Pikeville High.
Lundy was dangerous with his feet as well. He carried the football 84-times, gaining 445-yards and scoring 7-TD’s. Perhaps his most impressive statistic is the 3.8 GPA he carries.
Now Lundy has been ranked among the best dual-threat QB’s in both Kentucky and the country. He runs the 40-yard dash in 4.7-seconds, bench presses in the neighborhood of 250-pounds, and squats around 400.
With scores, times, and a frame like his, the opportunities for this prospect, next-level, are virtually limitless. We could see him anywhere from the FBS to the “Ancient 8 (Ivy League)” or some “Near-Ivy.”
Now the prospects for the Rams always seem fairly bright. The program is among the elite at its level of competition and has an annual influx of talent bent on keeping the Rams where they typically reside. There is a young lineman named Evan Burroughs we have been watching and we are sure Lundy is all in favor of developing bigs to protect him from defensive onslaughts.
We have awarded this to Lundy as we can’t fathom how any one QB could ever mean more to his offense’s production. On this basis, Mingua Beef Jerky and we decided this talented and accomplished ’24 QB could use another bolt of protein and a second sweet T-shirt. The company volunteered to send that to him, straight away.
Join us next week as we return to honor another weekly prize winner. Until then, pop some Mingua Beef Jerky in your mouth and savor the quality and flavor which sets it apart from all the competition. Remember, our product is superior and one of a kind; just like Raceland High’s, Logan Lundy.
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