@EastonMesser from @centurions_fb is the @1776Bank Revolutionary Player of the Week. @CenturionAD @PrepSpin @minguabeefjerky @KyHighFootball

This week’s recipient is simply among the hottest in-commonwealth prospects in all of Kentucky presently. With his academic performance, particularly where he has performed, expect him to fetch offers other athletes can only dream of getting. Kid is a true 4.4-second forty, you don’t see those very often playing HS football in Kentucky. Enjoy the feature and join us next week when another worthy recipient is similarly honored. HB.

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The @1776Bank Revolutionary Player this week is @theelimanning1 who is a 2022 ILB for @MaleBulldogs… @Aspirationsgym, @KyHighFootball

This week’s “Revolutionary Player of the Week” is a top-flight, 2022 ILB playing for Louisville’s Male High School. His name is Elijah Manning. This is a kid has played at NG/DT before being moved back to the second level at ILB where he has the athleticism, power, and explosion to flourish. This feature is brought to you weekly by the folks over at Independence Bank. Go on by and see our friends and thank them, not just for this series, but for the outstanding services and products which have started a revolution in the banking industry.

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Louisville’s Corey Taylor, The Man behind The Men!

Sure, Tyler Morris and Jaylin “The Boss” Bross are among the best football players in Kentucky in their respective classes. Neither of them got there by themselves. Enjoy this article about “The Man who is behind The Men” who are tearing it up at combines this offseason and will further kill it on gridirons across Kentucky this coming Fall. HB.

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Louisville’s Kiyaunta Goodwin ready to bang with the big boys!

When Phillip Fulmer, now the AD at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, but once a National Championship winning football coach at the same school, met Kiyaunta Goodwin he exclaimed it was like being in the movie “The Blind Side” a second time. That movie featured the coming of age of Michael Oher who went on to become one of the NFL’s marquee tackles. Of course Michael Oher was only 6-4, 315-pounds. Kiyaunta Goodwin is 6-8, 350. Regardless, Kiyaunta has been favorably compared to such greats for years now and has the opportunity, this season, to come of age and really showcase what he can do. You see, the player formerly playing 1A football for Holy Cross has now transferred to Louisville’s Ballard High School (6A). Enjoy the article.

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Camp/Combine Season has shown Trinity’s Christopher Forehand Jr., Class of 2021, is worthy of feature coverage

Here is a name which has been buried on the freshman and JV rosters at Trinity High School and has slipped from many’s memories. He has always been among the best football players in the Class of 2021, since that class was in middle school, and the same is still true today. We have rediscovered Christopher Forehand Jr. during this camp/combine season and we predict he will be a household name this coming high school, varsity season. Enjoy this article as it is free for today only.

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Here’s Mud[d] in your eye…Class of 2021’s John Mudd

You know the toast, “Here’s mud in your eye” takes on a different connotation completely when you add a “d” to the end of “mud” and capitalize the “M.” Big John Mudd, ranked the 20th best OL in all of Kentucky and 9th best in the Class of 2021, gets in a lot of eyes and it is none too pleasant we hear. This is a guy whose move to the interior OL could net him tremendous benefit owing to his present frame. However, his present frame may not be where he frames out ultimately. Enjoy this article about a kid who has worked himself into a major college prospect.

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