If I were to draw a picture of what a middle school, rising high school offensive tackle should appear, I would probably be drawing a picture of Dylan peck. He his long, lean, has plus length, good feet, and is athletic for a big man at his stage of development. Enjoy this look at one of the premier OL or DL (for that matter) in the class of ’26 commonwealth-wide. Enjoy the feature. HB.
It is not every day you have rising ninth-grade “Bigs” who appear destined to challenge for early playing time. Then again, not every program has them coming out of MS 6-3, 290, highly decorated at the level of play the player is leaving, and already being followed on Twitter by college programs intent on recruiting the young player in the “not too distant” future. Enjoy this look at an OL who figures to be among the best along the front in his high school graduating class (’25). HB.
We dubbed him “the Rifleman” in an article about him we published April 1, 2020. He has done nothing but prove us right. Enjoy the article! HB.
We used to call him “Big Bear” when covering him for Team Kentucky while he was in Middle School. He asked us not to so reference him that way so we quit. Now that he has grown into a literal grizzly, he has given us the go ahead to call him that once more. We are thrilled. He is one of the digital magazine’s very favorite players. Read why. HB.
Uriah Virzi is a championship wrestler, a Regional Player of the Year in the KYMSFA, a Team Kentucky player, and a MS All-Stater. What he isn’t is a normal middle school football player or even a normal middle schooler. Most players at his level of development, and who have worked as hard as he, have left normalcy long ago. Enjoy the feature. HB.
We have followed this kid since he was in the 7th grade. He’s looked like a grown man the entire time we’ve known him. Read about Hunter Ousley,
The Bourbon County Colonels have just hired one of THE up and coming young head coaches in Kentucky’s high school game in David Jones, formerly the head coach for three years for Phelps High School. Jones will be taking the reigns of a program which, since 2011 (8 seasons), has […]
Well, it was a huge night down in Dallas, Texas for the Kentucky players selected to and playing in the Bret Cooper Junior All-American Classic. It is well known across the Country that Kentucky plays a superior brand of middle school football and has some of the better individual players, […]
Well, we listed Carson Wright as Kentucky’s best linebacker in an article we published on May 10, 2018. We detailed his spectacular performance at our All-State Mountain Combine in an article published in June of 2018. We named him to that fool’s errand of a middle school All-State Football team we […]
I was talking to a football coaching friend of mine who is the head coach at the FCS level. Now, this guy is close to becoming the winningest coach in program history and has been at this particular school an inordinately long period of time, especially considering the school is […]