The @1776Bank Revolutionary Player of the Week is Warren Central’s Devin Poston. @minguabeefjerky @PrepSpin @KyHighFootball @kyhighs @MaxPreps

Independence Bank, the institution which has revolutionized the Kentucky banking business.

Warren Central’s Devin Poston the reason the Dragons believe brighter skies loom on its horizon

When you are rolling along, the world seems like your oyster. When your program hasn’t won a game since October 16, 2015, lots of players on the roster will be overlooked. However, there are good players on every, single roster across the commonwealth and Warren Central’s roster is no different. Devin Poston is one of those ‘good players.’

Fletcher W. Long, KPGFootball Senior Scout and Editorial Board Member

There is no better time than the present to anoint another Independence Bank Player of the Week. Independence Bank is proud to sponsor a weekly article highlighting players in the areas where Independence Bank flourishes who embody the same type of revolutionary service to their respective football teams which has made Independence Bank unique and special in the banking industry. 

Get on by one of our branches today and discover why Independence Bank’s people, products, and services have started a revolution in the financial services market in Kentucky. You will be glad you did.

Freedom Square

Independence Bank has a goal of achieving everyday excellence, and this week we are focusing on a player who just completed his junior season and will be looking to assume the leadership reins of his ball club over the course of his senior campaign beginning this Fall (’22). Today we are featuring Devin Poston from Warren Central High School. 

Poston’s performance exceeded reasonable expectations in 2021 for his Dragons. Poston will be heavily counted on early and often over the course of his senior year for the Dragons to have any reasonable expectation of turning around its recent fortunes and charting an entirely new course for its upcoming season.

Poston’s high school is located just minutes down the road from three of Independence Bank’s more storied branches known throughout the family as “Freedom Square,” 1950 Scottsville Road, “Nashville Road,” 2415 Nashville Road, and the “Fairview Branch,” located on 877 Fairview Avenue all three in Bowling Green, Kentucky. 

Today we especially feature our Freedom Square Branch (above pictured) for its extraordinary service, people, and products. If you are a customer or representative of that particular branch, this is your cue to take a bow.

One wishing to visit the Freedom Square Branch from Warren Central High may travel about 3.8 miles via Nashville Rd/U.S. 31W Bypass N and Scottsville Road. It will take you 12 minutes based on time of day and traffic considerations. 

Get on by and visit the Freedom Square Branch today and discover what makes Independence Bank’s people, products, and services revolutionary in the financial services industry.

Now Warren Central lost Malik Ferguson to last year’s graduation stage. That is a huge loss as he contributed 78-tackles, 2-TFLs, 1-QB sack, 1-FF, 5-FRs, and 2-INTs to a winless team which could ill-afford to lose him.

However, Ferguson leaves his cohort, Devin Poston, behind to pick up the slack. It is not like Poston was just hanging out doing nothing a year ago.

Poston contributed 86-tackles, 6-TFLs, 1-QB-sack, 2-FFs, and an INT all while slotted at LBer. Poston scored one of the team’s five rushing TDs from his offensive deployment at FB also catching a pair of passes for an offense which just couldn’t seem to get on track in ’21.

Poston was number 14 in all of 4A football a year ago in tackles. That is a position on which we are sure he would like to improve.

Congratulations to Devin Poston, both for his Revolutionary Play in 2021 and that which is to come in 2022, all of which has earned him this week’s recognition from the fastest growing bank in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, our friends at Independence Bank. 

This is Coach HB Lyon, reporting for Kentucky Prep Gridiron and reminding you that WE’RE JUST CALLING IT LIKE WE SEE IT!

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Have coached at the high school and middle school level. Have worked in athletic administration. Conceal my identity to enable my candor on articles published by this magazine. Only members of the editorial board are aware of my true identity.

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