This week’s Todd County Central Rebel of the Week is Class of 2020 Bryce Nolan

KPGFootball is proud to be the exclusive digital coverage provider of the Todd County Central Rebels football team. Todd County, as this on-line publication has before reported, has a lot of exciting things going on in and around its football program. The Rebels will be coached this upcoming season by veteran football coach, Darell Keith, and return a lot of young talent from off a 6-5 football team. The excitement about the program and its future prospects has resulted in an uptick in financial donations permitting the program to initiate some exciting facility upgrades. These upgrades will leave the field and press box area unparalleled anywhere in the immediate area regarding high school football facilities. They include field, natural turf improvements and modernizing the press box at the stadium permitting luxury viewing accommodations for major supporters of the team. The renovated press box will be furnished lavishly and will feature big screen televisions in the booth from which the on-field action will be monitored by both patrons and working press during game action. Returning back to our tradition of singling out terrific players, particularly young players whose return, this year, signal a rejuvenated optimism about the team’s prospects, we have selected Class of 2020 skill player Bryce Nolan as this week’s Todd County Central Rebel of the Week.

Nolan, No. 13

When you look at the Bryce Nolan scenario, it appears to be a real good news/bad news proposition. The good news is the running back, who was only a sophomore last season, was the Rebels leading receiver. The bad news is the Rebels only completed 6 passes all season, but hey…2 of the completions were to Nolan for 45 receiving yards. Bryce ran the ball well last year for the most part, gaining 211 yards on 37 rushing attempts and 2 rushing TDs. That comes out to a little over 5.7 yards a carry, so the answer may be to give him the ball more. Nolan, defensively, recovered a fumble and was credited with 16 tackles, 11 of which were solo tackles from his cornerback slot. Overall, these numbers paint a picture of a sophomore football player who had a very solid year playing varsity football. Here at KPGFootball we believe this is another player who will experience a break-out kind of season when playing in a system which better, and more often, utilizes his skill set. That is why we called him a skill player, we aren’t sure where he will be deploy; only that he will be deployed. Congratulations Bryce Nolan for being this week’s Todd County Central Rebel of the Week.

This is Fletcher Long reporting for Kentucky Prep Gridiron with a hearty #GoRebs and reminding all of you to PLAY THROUGH THE WHISTLE!

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