Austin Oppel is a former Team Kentucky Future Star who we have followed on KPGFootball for years. He is tearing up the 6A classification and has the Green Wave looking to get out to a 2-0 start. Enjoy this look at a kid whose name is one you will certainly continue to hear as the year goes along. HB.
This week’s “Revolutionary Player of the Week” is a top-flight, 2022 SDE playing for Louisville’s Male High School. His name is Selah Brown. This is a kid ranked a 4-star national recruit by many of the most established recruiting services and one consistently ranked among the very best with his hand in the dirt playing along the defense’s line of scrimmage in his graduating class throughout the commonwealth. This feature is brought to you weekly by the folks over at Independence Bank. Go on by and see our friends and thank them, not just for this series, but for the outstanding services and products which have started a revolution in the banking industry.Read more
Ethan Phillips is a gifted player we covered when he was playing for Team Kentucky Future Stars. Programs don’t get quality, up and coming, offensive line talent like this all the time. Programs like Ft. Thomas Highlands gets players like this more than most. That is why they seem to always be winning championships. Enjoy the article. HB.
We wrote an article about this prospect before his freshman year in high school. Much like predicted, he is rounding into the high school star we thought he would be back then. High School football teams have guys like this IF THEY ARE ANY GOOD. This kid will kill it in 2020 after leading his team in rushing over his sophomore season.
When I was coaching ball I used to say all the time having a potent placekicker on the roster was like finding a $20 bill in the pocket of a pair of pants you just got dry cleaned. It is really a luxury and can win you a championship, believe me. Well, Kentucky doesn’t have a better placekicker in the 2021 graduating class than McCracken County’s “The Scholfield Leg Rocket.” Enjoy the article. HB.
“No sir, you ain’t moving ‘Big Baby’ nowhere!” I remember hearing Kentucky Future Stars’ Director yell this at Team Kentucky camp three years ago like it was yesterday. Three years later it is even harder to move this 6-2, 290-pound DT/NG. He’s at Pikeville High School now, like they really needed the help (denote sarcasm). Enjoy the article. HB.
Man are we already featuring 26’s? This young man here, entering the 7th grade at Whitley County is on the coming MS All-State watchlist and may well be the first 2026-prospect we have featured. If he isn’t THE first, he is among the first. Enjoy the article. HB.
One of our favorite players in Kentucky, Hunter Scott, a.k.a. “The Gooch” is what we call a down-hiller in the offensive line play industry. This article should explain that. 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.
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.