Max Vanderkooi is as good of an offensive center prospect as there is in the ’27 class of Kentucky prospects. He is an example of the steps we regularly take to ensure our database contains the best talent in the commonwealth before you have even heard of them. It is our duty, and one we take seriously. Enjoy this look at a young football playing stud who will hit the field quickly this coming Fall. FL.
Christopher Reed, Jr. has already made two Future Stars rosters. That should tell you about all you need to know about whether this player has a chance to see the field his freshman season playing at one of the better programs in Kentucky 5A. Enjoy this feature about an upcoming HS player we believe will see quite a bit of varsity run. HB.
The thing about covering middle school players is you never know how much the player will mature between features. Gage Chapman looks nothing today even remotely similar to the picture we have included as the “featured photograph” to this article. Enjoy this look at a young man who has to be among the more imposing members of his graduating class, commonwealth-wide. HB.
This kid here is fast. By fast we mean, you ain’t catching him, if he gets even he’s leaving, type fast. He will make a great addition to a college roster somewhere here soon. Enjoy the feature. HB #Brotherhood #HappyNewYear
We covered him extensively over the years. He was among Kentucky’s very best and he was loved. He has been ripped from our #Brotherhood. We are left to mourn his passing. HB.
We attend middle school games regularly. We often go to get a handle on the stars of tomorrow. Daelyn Landers looked like exactly that from where we were watching the proceedings. Enjoy the feature. HB.
Marquezz Hightower is following in some mighty large footsteps. He had a relative who was an all-state football player for Madisonville North-Hopkins, led Kentucky in rushing yards his senior year, was a Kentucky Future Star MVP (like Marquezz), and went on to play for EKU. What will Marquezz do? Well, we don’t exactly know for sure but, for right now, he is running the heck out of that pill for the Maroons. Enjoy the feature. HB.
Daulton “Bubba” Tarter is long the very best and brightest linebackers in Kentucky’s ’26 class of prospects. At 5’8,” and 180-pounds we haven’t the foggiest how his frame is likely to finish. We know this…he’s a 215-pound bench presser, a 375-pound back squatter, and a 2X Kentucky Future Star Defensive MVP entering the frosh campaign. Will he be a star at the HS level? No doubt! HB.
The words, “the best…” can get thrown around and excessively used. No outfit is anymore aware of this than we. In the end, it amounts to a bunch of hyperbole and little more most times. However, every now and then the term is used and appears accurate. This may well be one of those times. Enjoy the feature. HB.
Here are five (5) freshmen we believe will play this coming year. Some of these guys play for lower level teams which routinely challenge for titles at the respective classifications and others play for teams playing in large classifications where freshmen rarely see Friday Night action. All five of these guys here are just too good not to play, and therefore, we are saying they definitely will. Enjoy the feature. Get ready for the coming season! HB.