Trevor is a QB prospect that “QB-Hit List” believes has it all. The nationally circulated QB evaluator touts DeLacey’s accuracy, arm strength, release, his ability to throw on the run, his footwork, his ability to play with poise, and his pocket presence. Trevor has top-shelf decision making and throws the deep ball with tremendous touch. Enjoy this look at this superior QB in the 5A classification and don’t forget to get by your local Independence Bank and discover why and how our people, financial products, and services have started a revolution in the Kentucky banking industry. Friday Night Fletch.
We don’t all bloom at the same time. Some kids blossom later than others. Xavier Maddox is an example of this principle. He is 5’10,” now but has extremely long appendages, a long neck, is high waisted, and narrow at the shoulder. Translation…this is a kid very likely to be quite tall before it is said and done. Enjoy the feature. FL.
We have given this to this player before today. Thing is, owing to the injuries this player has before suffered, we really haven’t seen what it is he can actually do. We believe this next year will remedy all of that. Enjoy this feature and come see why our services, products, and people have revolutionized the banking industry in Kentucky!
We have been on this young man for quite a while. We first wrote about him when he traveled to Dallas, TX for a middle school All-American game. He has not disappointed since. Enjoy this look at a senior RB from Owensboro Senior. HB.
When you get to Kentucky 5A, that is certainly denoted as “Big Boy Football” within the commonwealth. For instance, players playing two-ways or “iron man football” at the 5A level or higher gets increasingly rare but you will still see it and usually those pulling it off are really special talents. Here is our best guess concerning how this classification shakes out this coming season. Enjoy! HB.
Today we bring you a feature on a young man we have before featured when he was still in middle school. Kenyatta Carbon has found a way to contribute to the team’s success in a variety of ways. At Independence Bank we celebrate young people who find a variety of ways to contribute to the cause. Come by and visit us and learn the variety of ways our people, services, and products have revolutionized the Kentucky banking industry. Enjoy the feature. HB.
Talk about coming into a job in a tough spot, we can’t imagine an individual inheriting a tougher job than Kasey Boone did a year ago. His performance was remarkable for lack of a better term. Congratulations to this young QB, who is a ’23 prospect, and remember to get on by and visit our three (3) fine Owensboro area branches today and discover what makes Independence Bank’s people, products, and services revolutionary in the financial services industry. HB.
Has Jack Sivori proven he’s among the best dual-threat guys in Kentucky in out-dueling Owensboro’s Gavin Wimsatt this past Friday night at Red Devil stadium? We’re not sure. We are sure he has shown himself to be fully restored post-labrum surgery and his high ankle sprain. Enjoy this feature. HB.
Sahvon Hines is a player we have before covered when he was an All-American in middle school. We told you then he was going to be a terror off the edge for the Red Devils one day. Well,…got this one right! Enjoy this feature on one of ’23s very finest DEs in all of Kentucky. Join us again next week as Independence Bank crowns another Revolutionary Player of the Week. HB.
We have been focusing on the young Kentucky players who braved the challenges presented this past weekend at the prestigious Appalachia Prep Combine in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Young Jerrick Williams, from Owensboro High School was among their number. Enjoy this look at a kid who figures to frame out to the edge if his present growth rate continues as long as it appears it will. Enjoy the feature and join us again next week as we anoint another worthy recipient. HB.