Tennessee will have to do something this year we don’t believe they have ever before had to accomplish in series history. The 7th-grade Team Tennessee Future Stars will again face the same QB who came back and beat them in the game a year ago when that guy was in the 6th grade. Can Cole Hodge win Offensive MVP in the 7th grade game two years in a row? We don’t know, but it sure will be fun to see
There is an ongoing debate in Kentucky as to whether Carson Wright or Oscar “JT” Adams is the very best LB in Kentucky in the Class of 2023. Well, old Coach Lyon isn’t sure he can resolve that debate for you other than to say both teams set to add either to its roster this coming Fall is mighty fortunate. Today we will spill some more ink over Carson Wright and are equally sure we will come back and spill
Teams are always looking for help at RB. Having entering 9th graders who can tote the mail like this kid is of invaluable importance to any program. Rising 9th graders like Deangelo Patterson are not your garden variety of rising 9th graders. Players like him find themselves immediately in the discussion for PT. The same will be true of Patterson when he hits the 9th grade hallways at WCHS.Read more
We forecast what Devin Johnson does in the backfield in 2019 to go along with his forecasted defensive output and make several other “cod-lock” 2019 predictions in this article today. There is one thing on which we may all agree and that is Devin Johnson is a football player. There are none better anywhere in Kentucky High School football as far as we can tell. Enjoy the article.
We see #Brotherhood pop up around the commonwealth especially when it comes to discussing or featuring Kentucky’s best, young football talent. What on earth does it mean? Truthfully, it has way more meaning and significance than you may ever realize. This is our 1,000th article, published free for your enjoyment. #Brotherhood!Read more
This is very important information regarding the tryouts for Team Kentucky Future stars.Read more
“Logan Parker” used to be practically the only name you heard when discussing Kentucky football prospects in the Class of 2020. Now, he’s among the names you tend to not hear. We don’t feel it is deserved on his part. His play has sure helped launch Taylor County to before unprecedented levels of play. Don’t forget Logan Parker! Players like him don’t grace us too often with their presence on the high school level.
We know this guy looks like he may work for Ambercrombie & Fitch, but (believe it or not) he’s actually one of Kentucky’s top football prospects in the 2021 graduating class. Open this article to discover what’s so special about Nick “The Jet” Coates.