We have been on this young man for quite a while. We first wrote about him when he traveled to Dallas, TX for a middle school All-American game. He has not disappointed since. Enjoy this look at a senior RB from Owensboro Senior. HB.
It isn’t often a middle school player wins this coveted award. There are middle school players so dynamic, athletic, highly-skilled, and explosive we just can’t help ourselves. This kid here is a ’25 “Mr. Football Candidate” we wager. We thought he could use some protein enriched nourishment. Enjoy this look at one of Kentucky’s very best at his level of play, Austin Alexander from Florence, Kentucky. HB.
This guy last won this award in middle school. He was heading to play in a middle school All-American football game at the time. We thought he would be a high school All-American too, even then. Not even we thought it would be as quickly as it has occurred. Congratulations to this week’s Revolutionary Player of the Week and join us again next week as we award this to another worthy recipient.
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.
We make no bones about it, Joshuah Keith is the best QB in the class of 2024 anywhere in Kentucky in our opinion. He may be 2024’s very best football player too. A lot of what makes him different is his poise and football IQ. Than there is an 8th grader who runs in the high 4.6’s, low 4.7’s, in the 40 and shuttles in a blistering 4.0-flat. Of course his throwing a HS ball 59-yards this summer in Knoxville at the Gunslinger Challenge didn’t hurt his reputation either. If you really want to know why he is different than any other top-flight, 8th grade QB, then read this article.
In all of the excitement over the Kentucky-Tennessee Future Stars classic this weekend, we almost forgot we have a Kentuckian on the US National Select team playing in Canton, Ohio for Team USA. His name is Sahvon Hines and he is from Owensboro, Kentucky. Sahvon will be a 9th grader this coming Fall at Owensboro Senior High School. Congratulations to Hines for representing his country well and for being selected our player of the week for the fastest growing bank in the commonwealth of Kentucky, Independence Bank. Join us next week as we recognize another outstanding and deserving player.
This is behind the paywall, membership has its privileges type content. In this article KPGFootball, being the only publication in Kentucky’s history to cover middle school football, gives you our educated guess about whom will make this Summer’s Teams Kentucky Future Stars. Enjoy, but don’t share. Remember, #MembershipHasItsPrivileges! #Brotherhood!
We got the privilege of coaching this kid when we were on the coaching staff of the East All-American team at the Bret Cooper Junior All-American Classic in Dallas, Texas two years ago. Michael D. Williams played TE for us and was one of the more superb athletes in the game for either team. We weren’t surprised to hear he was already drawing offers from schools like The University of Michigan. Read this article to learn why Harbaugh was so quick to pull the trigger on this kid.
Todd County, under second-year head man, Darell Keith, has released its roster for the 2019 season. Not only do the Rebels boast an expanded number of quality players returning for 2019, but the expectations around Elkton, Kentucky, and the team’s future prospects, are ever-burgeoning too. First of all, the Rebels […]
At KPGFootball, we love to be the first to discover football talent around the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Of course there’s a reason no one can beat us to the punch. First, we do nothing but cover football, year-round, so we are perpetually on the hunt. Secondly, we are the only […]