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’24 skill guy called ‘really good’ coming off the edge

Kahmani Bush is an example of the type of athletes dotting the roster at 3A Trigg County which gives the ‘locals’ so much hope for the future. Bush is explosive, fast, and the type athlete who can be moved all over the field in search of mismatches. He looks poised for a huge senior year.

HB Lyon, KPGFootball Scouting Division

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Kahmani Bush is the type of athlete one always hears discussed around Kentucky circles. For one thing, he is multi-faceted enough to play more than just football.

Bush is a guard on the Trigg County varsity basketball team. The 5’10,” 160 pounder is quite the football player too.

We were able to catch up with Coach Rusty Goble in our preparing to write this article. Coach Goble, the son of HOFer Dan Goble, is the offensive coordinator at Trigg.

Goble had lots to say about Bush. “I remember his first game starting at OLB. Bush came screaming off the edge and blew up the Hart County QB. Since then, we have used him lots of places. We have him at safety, but have played him at corner, so he can man up and really go.”

Head Coach Chris Ezell was equally effusive. “Kahmani is a great athlete. He is coming into his own on the defensive side. He is a solid tackler and an asset in our pass defense.”

Trigg opens Saturday night. The opener is a tall order.

The Tigers of Murray High travel to Cadiz to participate in a bowl game which will see the traditional powers square off in the night cap. Calloway/Harrison County play the opener.

Kahmani is a great athlete coming into his own on the defensive side of the ball…

Chris Ezell, Head Football Coach, Trigg County High

Trigg County is coming off a 7-4 season in ’22. Bush played a big part in the Wildcats’ last season success. He hopes to play an equally big part this season.

Bush had a productive junior year. He registered 26-tackles, a TFL, a QB-sack, a FF, a FR, and was among the team leaders in PBU’s. For Trigg County to come close to replicating the success it enjoyed in ’22, they will need much of the same or better production from their talented senior defender.

We can’t wait to see what Kahmani does this coming season. See you Saturday night, Wildcat!

Join us next week as we return to honor another weekly prize winner. Until then, pop some Mingua Beef Jerky in your mouth and savor the quality and flavor which sets it apart from the competition. Remember, our product is superior and one of a kind; just like Trigg County’s, Kahmani Bush. 

This is Fletcher W. Long reporting (on his birthday) for Kentucky Prep Gridiron reminding you to PLAY THROUGH THE WHISTLE and don’t forget to SAVOR THE FLAVOR! 

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Two-time winner of Kentucky Press Association awards for excellence in writing and reporting news stories while Managing Editor of the Jackson (KY) Times-Voice

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