Middle School Spotlight: Jaxon Wells setting the pace for the 2029s @JaxonWellsfb @NorthPulaskiFB @minguabeefjerky @1776Bank @840WHAS

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’29 two way lineman the best there is at his stage of development

Jaxon Wells is a 6’2,” 220-pound or so specimen of a two way line of scrimmage player for the most successful middle program outside of Belfry, Kentucky. We earned our initial bones covering middle school stars like Wells and we have no plans to stop. He plays for the Maroons of North Pulaski and that program has taken home a whopping nine (9) crowns at the KYMSFA level. What will Wells do once he hits a high school roster? Maybe we should let him get in his 8th-grade season first; but, we are wagering he is a night one, snap one starter pretty much anywhere he lands.

HB Lyon, Scouting Director, KPGFootball

Wells’ X-Account

Wells’ Hudl Account

Wells, No. 99, laying the lumber in an
All-star game

Jaxon Wells is a ’29 lineman who was among the favorites a season ago for Regional Player of the Year and who helped lead the program to another KYMSFA title, the program’s 9th. We got our start in sports journalism covering middle school football and grew into the high school game from there. We will never forget from whence we came.

Wells is 6’2,” and we would put his weight in the 220-pound range. There is nothing about him which resembles a rising 8th-grader, particularly not his play nor his technique.

Now they play quite a bit of football in Pulaski County. This includes the county seat of Somerset and high schools in the area tend to win lots of games and contend for championships. Jaxon Wells is another in a long line of stud football players to matriculate through the halls of one of its middle school football programs.

[Wells] has made every middle school, all-star team for which he has ever auditioned and he carries a 3.7 GPA

Friday Night Fletch

There is a lot which recommends Wells. We would provide some statistical support but middle school stats are hard by which to come. We can say he has made every middle school, all-star team for which he has ever auditioned and he carries a 3.7 GPA.

Wells will work himself into the lineup quickly at the high school level. We like him initially as an interior OL guy and see him growing into a stalwart along the DL. Either way, this is one of those, “Remember this moment,” moments.

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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