We thought it would be fun to forecast which ten MS players were likely to hit the field first in 2020 on Friday night. We have also included some innuendo we have heard about where some of these guys may end up this Fall. It’s conjecture as we really don’t know anything but we hear rumors and this site is protected and only for the benefit of subscribers so, hey, that’s for what we are paid the big money. Enjoy
It is one of the most controversial things we do all year. It is the publishing of the MS All-State Team. Today, we are publishing the Offense and will publish the Defense tomorrow. This team was selected from the nominations of our subscribers. Hey, membership has certain privileges, don’t know what to tell you. HB.
We got a note from someone advocating our doing a feature on this particular player. With his having played on two successful and victorious Team Kentucky Future Stars it was easily time to be featuring him. The person sending us the information said “He may not be feature material, but I think he’s a name worth remembering.” Well, we couldn’t disagree with you more about the first part. We absolutely think he’s “feature material.” In fact, here’s his feature right
There are times where the words escape even us. We saw a legendary, star performance worthy of mythology out of Kentucky’s 7th grade QB in the Kentucky-Tennessee Future Stars Classic. It left us speechless and that isn’t good because it is our responsibility to tell all of you about it. This is the best we could do, hope it is enough. Enjoy the article as we do the best we are capable to describe the indescribable.
Woke up this morning from a late-night transmission from one of our assets. Pretty good information here which we will continue to update as the day progresses. We are in Day Two of Team Kentucky camp.
This is why you subscribe to this site, for insider information like this. We have some in depth information straight from Team Kentucky camp particularly about the 7th and 8th grade teams. We will continue to develop sources for 6th grade information but it isn’t coming in like the older age groups. Enjoy the information and thanks for supporting the site.
Okay, guys this is our first report from Team Kentucky Camp and it involves Team Kentucky 7th grade. Some interesting stuff in here. Will get more as we move along.
His older brother is bracketed as the No. 1 overall prospect, particularly QB prospect, in Kentucky’s Class of 2024 with Joshuah Keith. This version of Hodge QB looks definitively, at least to KPGFootball, to be the Class of 2025’s very best signal caller and, maybe, its best football player. We know he is one of Kentucky’s best basketball players in his graduating class, ask anyone knowledgable on the subject. Don’t know what they are drinking around the Hodge home, we
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
It is the biggest honor which can be bestowed on a middle school football player. It is the best indicator of both future high school and college success on the football field anywhere in the commonwealth of Kentucky. Each year the books are opened and more names are inscribed into the most prestigious and unique brotherhood in Kentucky Football. Ladies and Gentlemen, all over the commonwealth of Kentucky, KPGFootball is proud to publish your 6th, 7th, & 8th grade Teams Kentucky Future Stars.Read more