Carr may be among the most athletic and versatile athletes in the game today
Talk about your frames…Patrick Carr is 6’5,” weighs 225, and plays TE while punting and kicking for his team. The guy is a multi-sport athlete who plays soccer and basketball in addition to football. Soccer players have great feet and so does Carr. Carr is among the very best in Kentucky at his position groupings with an FBS, Power-5 frame to compliment the athleticism and versatility.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 among the premier TE’s in the ’25 graduating class. In addition to TE, he also place-kicks, punts, and is a soccer player/basketball player in addition to what he does on the football field. This ’25 prospect has shown himself to be one of the more versatile and well-rounded athletes in the Derby City. Today we feature Patrick Carr from Louisville, Kentucky’s Fern Creek High School.
Fern Creek High School is located just down the road from two Louisville area Independence Bank branches. The featured branch today is the one located on St. Matthews Square(pictured) on 3901 Shelbyville Road. We also have a branch located on 1900 Colonel Sanders Lane both in Louisville-proper.
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We wrote an article not long ago about a TE at Male High named Andrew Vrbancic. Our featuring him resulted in some of our Louisville-area scouts conceding Vrbancic’s prowess at the position but wondering why we hadn’t featured Partrick Carr?
Well, when it was called to our attention we dispatched the Scouting Division to take a look-see. Our scout was well-impressed with what he saw.
Carr has the prototypical, TE-frame for major college football. Carr is 6’5,” tall with a thin frame (225-pounds) on which there is plenty of room to add “good weight.”
Carr has many talents on a football field. First, as a TE, the sophomore playing 6A, District 4 football a year ago, still managed to finish 3rd on his team in receptions and yards receiving.
As a place kicker, he converted on both of PAT’s. One-hundred percent on PAT’s is hard on which to improve.
We are told Carr is a fine punter. With his being a skilled soccer player, we aren’t surprised.
One of Carr’s most impressive statistics is his 3.28 GPA. Grades and versatility like he possesses promises to lure plenty of college suitors around Fern Creek practices and games looking for some athletic talent for the old roster.
Congratulations to Patrick Carr for his “Revolutionary Play” over the course of his career, and particularly during the previous season. Good luck to him both on the hardwood this winter and when football rolls back around next Fall.
We maintain his play this past year easily earned this magnificent sophomore 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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