Franklin West is one of the very outstanding players at both positions he plays, OT/DT. He will get early PT for the Redhounds this coming Fall entering the starting lineup in the first half of the year if he doesn’t start there. He’ll have Logan Smith to guide him. Enjoy the article. HB.
Jason Perry, who will be a 9th-grader in the Fall of 2020, has enrolled to play at Breathitt County HS. So what, he just a freshman? Man, if you think that, you don’t know much about Team Kentuckians and what adding some of those does for any high school roster. You, primarily, need to read this article and try to learn something. HB.
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 defensive team. This team was selected from the nominations of our subscribers. Hey, membership has certain privileges, don’t know what to tell you. HB.
Ever heard the song “The Freaks Come Out at Night?” Well, the nighttime isn’t the only time you’ll see anatomical freaks during Future Stars season. They will be everywhere up and down the field wearing both orange and blue. There will be none any more impressive than Morgan County’s Jason Perry, or at least that is our wager. Check out this feature about Kentucky’s very own freak of a 7th grade football player.
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