It is time, once again, to award the @1776Bank Revolutionary Player of the Week. We have a real good one for you today as we highlight one of ’25s elite third level defenders. Javion Wallace is a corner who is physical with a capital “P.” It won’t take too long for him to find the field even playing for one of Kentucky’s more talent-laden rosters. Enjoy this look at this young superstar and join us again a week from today where we will do this once more. HB.
They call minor league teams supplying the majors with talent a “Farm system.” You will see writers who cover MLB talk about news “Down on the Farm.” We have borrowed from that principal for this weekly segment on outstanding performances from middle school stars who will shortly be starring on Friday night. Believe me, their time will be here before you can possibly. believe. Enjoy this regular, in-season, look at what is going on down on the farm. HB.
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There are times where the words escape even us. We saw a legendary, star performance worthy of mythology out of Kentucky’s 7th grade QB in the Kentucky-Tennessee Future Stars Classic. It left us speechless and that isn’t good because it is our responsibility to tell all of you about it. This is the best we could do, hope it is enough. Enjoy the article as we do the best we are capable to describe the indescribable.
Two QBs who have had tremendous success under center but neither of whom are the framed out type of pro-style guys generally playing in a game like this will square off on June 15 in Clarksville, Tennessee at Fortera Stadium. Both of these guys have “it.” By “it” we mean all the intangibles which make one a difference maker at the QB position. Meet Keegan Hill (KY) and Jordyn Potts (TN) and get ready for what should be quite the battle.
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, […]
Yesterday, we defended the selection of our pass catchers on the offensive side of the football, which was comprised of four WRs (2 wide, 2 sots) and a TE. Today, we are focusing on our snap catchers so named because we didn’t want Colin Fratus, our PK/Punter, to feel lonely being featured […]
Now, this is the first time we have done a middle school, All-State, Football team, but it isn’t our first All-State Football team. For those of you who subscribe and belong to KPGFootball, you know we also publish both a Freshman and Sophomore All-State football team for the high-schoolers. In […]
Two of the more respected entities which evaluate both place kickers and punters have selected a couple of Kentuckians as the very best at their craft in their respective classes across the Country. KPGFootball would submit the awarding of this distinction to these players failed to be any kind of […]
The world of espionage has its own language. In fact, it has its own museum in addition to its own language. In the spy world, the term asset is defined as a clandestine source or method, usually an agent. Well Team Kentucky, consider yourself infiltrated. KPGFootball has employed the services of a spy to report back to us […]