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Jeremiah Groves is a 6’3,” 200-pound versatile player who contributes to the bottom line on offense and defense and has logged points on both sides of the scrimmage line. He has plenty of height, length, and is getting thicker as he muscles up and matures. Groves is a guy who needs promotion because his on-field performance is perpetually improving.

HB Lyon, Scouting Director, KPGFootball

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Groves has been getting more and more play at the varsity level in Morton’s Gap. His production is going up and his recruiting profile is doing similarly.

Groves has been featured a few times on this platform. Largely, his getting featured has been attributed to his enviable frame and ever burgeoning, on field performance.

Last year, Groves got nine (9)-games of burn on the varsity level. Groves moved over from QB to WR last season and caught a TD pass. Groves aligned at TE quite a bit and this is a deployment for his player we applaud.

Groves on defense has three-level capability. He can play safety, is fast and athletic enough to play OLB, and is big and thick enough to play DE. With Reese Belt graduating, we could see Groves slotted where Belt was once aligned.

Groves, in such a role, would contribute in a similar way to what Belt once provided. The physical characteristic between the two, physically, is eerily similar.

Groves logged 29-tackles, a FR, a “scoop and score,” and half a sack in ’23

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Groves logged 29-tackles, a FR, a “scoop and score,” and half a sack in ’23. Offensively, he caught a handful of passes including a TD-receiving.

Groves will be much more prolific in ’24. Look for his offensive numbers to increase along with his defensive statistics.

Groves needs to continue growing his online presence. If he is a college prospect, and we believe he is, he needs to work on highlights for Hudl and he desperately needs an X-account to interface with college recruiters.

He has the game. Now, he needs to play the game.

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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