@CoachJepIrwin has to be stoked about Demetrius Parker (C/O 2026), and talent like him, coming down the @WHITLEYCOLONELS pipeline for @wccolonelsfb

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.

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Jason Perry (Class of 2024)…Has enrolled in Breathitt County High School. Will he Be the Next to Crash against Opposing D-Fronts as part Breathitt’s storied “Big Blue Wave?” (Featured Graphic: Chandler Richards, FBU)

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.

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Christopher Forehand, Jr. (@chrisforehandjr) has been rock-solid for @GoRocks (Trinity Football)…matter of fact, he has been perfectly splendid!

This is an article we are leaving out from behind the paywall as an appreciation for the unbelievable support we have been getting. As of this morning, KPGFootball has 442-subscribers. We were under 320 when the National Epidemic hit. We might be the only outlet in the commonwealth still reporting on sports. Anyway, the support has been phenomenal. As a thank you, we are leaving this article open for people to read for free. If you like what we do,

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@JusticeThomps (Justice Thompson), Class of 2021, @BallardFball (@BHSBRUINS, @BallardHSSports) is the Independence Bank, Revolutionary Player of the Week

He is Kentucky’s premier player at MLB especially if Owensboro’s Austin Gough is deployed at OLB like many schools project him to play. His also a former Kentucky Future Star and FBU standout who has made one AA-team and 3 All-State teams in his illustrious career. Enjoy the article about Louisville Ballard’s Justice Thompson. HB.

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@trent_clavey65 (Trent Clavey), Class of 2021 is a Killer, Second to none! Just ask, @BallardFootball…

If you are looking to fight a war, like the ones staged each Fall on football fields across the 6A classification, we suggest you show up with a warrior. Here’s one, his name is Trent Clavey. Enjoy the article. HB.

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Travis Haskins, Henry Clay’s (@HCHSDevilsFB) Class of 2022 “Hoss” is set to shoot up the player ratings this coming Fall!

We first started covering “Hoss” when he was in middle school playing for Team Kentucky. As low to the ground and powerfully as he plays, he is a problems for framed-out O-Linemen to try to block. Enjoy this article about one of 2022’s best on either side of the football along the interior. HB.

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@AGLOADING26 (Austin Gough) from Owensboro (Senior) snags D-I offer…

There is no a surprise here. Austin Gough, the 2021 LBer who has been at the top of KPGFootball’s board at his position, Kentucky-wide, since we first watched him in 7th grade play for Team Kentucky, has snagged a D-I offer from Southeast Missouri. This is the first of many. Enjoy the article. HB.

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Dekel “The Flash” Crowdus (@CrowdusDekel) is back at @FDouglassFB

He had a splendid sophomore campaign at Frederick Douglass before bolting for the prestigious IMG Academy for his Junior campaign. Well, he must have missed us (we sure missed him) because the player they call “The Flash” is back in Lexington and ready to saddle up for one more rodeo with Frederick Douglass. Enjoy the article. HB.

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