We saw this kid at the Bret Cooper game a couple of years ago. The East Coaching staff couldn’t stop talking about him. How good is this kid? Well, he played in 8-games as a freshman at 5A Owensboro Senior! That should tell you something. HB.
At 6-0, 230-pounds, this cat makes plays all over the field. Austin Gough (Owensboro Senior) and he are the consummate 2nd-level players in Kentucky. Both of them are FBS-level performers and even FBS frames at where they project. So, why is Thompson being slept on, or Gough for that matter? Well, we don’t know but it won’t happen for ever. Sooner or later, the cream will rise to the top. Enjoy the article! HB.
These two guys have been the best of friends, brothers really, since first meeting playing FBU football for Team Kentucky Elite in 7th grade. Since that time, the two of them have been the standard at their respective positions in Kentucky middle and high school football. Yesterday, the two of them garnered prestigious football offers on the same day. They were the first two features we pinned when first coming online on March 30, 2017. Over three years later, there is still so much to be said about them. HB.Read more
There is no a surprise here. Austin Gough, the 2021 LBer who has been at the top of KPGFootball’s board at his position, Kentucky-wide, since we first watched him in 7th grade play for Team Kentucky, has snagged a D-I offer from Southeast Missouri. This is the first of many. Enjoy the article. HB.
Okay, we are unabashed Zach Yates fans around KPGFootball. He made two of our previous All-State teams. Read this article and perhaps you will see why. HB.
These four guys lead the pack in Kentucky’s 2021 graduating class in regard to playing experience and success on Friday nights. They may be the saltiest veterans in the KHSAA entering the 2020 season. Enjoy the article…HB.
This has been one of 2021’s very best football players since his staring for Team Kentucky back in Middle-School. Well, guess what? He still is among 2021’s very best football players who would have numerous offers right now were there any Junior film to be evaluated on this guy. He lost almost his entire Junior year to a freak injury. He’s back now and running at 110%. Wait until you see what he does in 2020! We can’t wait to see it! Enjoy the article. HB.Read more
Just to give you an idea the role Kentucky Prep Gridiron plays in the promotion of the kids we cover, we thought it would be neat to look at this year’s AP All-State Football Team and see just how many of them have, either formerly or presently, make one of our All-State Teams. The results were illuminating. HB.
This kid is a former Bret Cooper Middle School All-American, like Austin Gough who has gone on before him, and he played in 8 games for one of Kentucky’s very best high school programs as a freshman. His best days are definitely ahead of him but his play this year was outstanding in light of where he plays and the graduating class of which he is a member. Enjoy this article about Savon Hines from Owensboro (Senior) High School. HB.Read more
This week we award our prestigious Revolutionary Player of the Week to an eighth grader presently in Dallas, TX to play for the East All-American squad in the Bret Cooper Junior Academic All-American football game. Inclusion on either the East or West rosters is a tremendous honor for a middle school player and we believe this article will disclose why this week’s recipient is hardly just any middle school football player. Enjoy the article and congratulations to Owensboro Middle School’s Jak Lindsey.Read more