Ryan Glover from East Robertson High School is this week’s Stewart Williams Furniture Company’s Robertson County Player of the Week

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Photo Chris Lynn, Rob. Co. Times

Some players are so good it is hard to know exactly how to deploy them, wouldn’t you agree Coach Chad Broadrick? Broadrick, who was involved with two State Championship football teams, one as a player and the other while on the coaching staff at his alma mater White House High School, is busy transforming the Indians’ football fortunes back to its former glory. Having a player as versatile and skilled as Ryan Glover helps plug anywhere the Indians’ ship might be taking on water. When Coach Broderick got the job, he inherited a club coming off three straight 2-8 seasons and one which had not been in the playoffs since 2009. At first, he didn’t seem to be faring any better as he went 4-16 his first two seasons at the helm, but the team won 4 games last season and appear to be on the uptick.

Blockers like Glover make pictures like this repeatable

One guy who can really assist in the continued transformation is 2019’s Ryan Glover. Now Ryan principally was deployed on last year’s squad as a TE. He had 9 receptions for 155 yards and a TD receiving but was a principal blocker, particularly in the run game setting the edge for rushers. Ryan, last year, was a leader on the team in the pancake statistic. Probably the strength of Glover’s game is his hand punch and placement, leg drive, and how he continues to runs his feet, with his facemark in the defender’s numerals, until toppling the defender and driving him into the ground. Ryan’s play was good enough for him to make the Robertson County Connection All-County football team. In addition to playing TE on offense, Ryan has been deployed at both DE and LB on defense and has played Center along the offensive front. For the Indians to continue on its upward path, Ryan Glover will have to continue to pitch in wherever his teammates and coach might need him. Glover is a glue guy, and teams need glue guys.

Congratulations to Class of 2019 Ryan Glover from East Robertson High School for being selected this week’s Stewart Williams Furniture Company’s Robertson County Player of the Week. Reporting for KPGFootball, this is Fletcher Long reminding all of you ballers out there to PLAY THROUGH THE WHISTLE.

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Ryan Glover Highlights against Westmorland

Ryan Glover’s Hudl highlights

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