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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark View Post
    Didn't two kids from Eastern sign D1?
    Cam Reed and Trey Moses.
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    Marshall Griffith from Daviess Co got no mention. He's headed to a Juco in FL. I expect him to play D1 ball. I'm wondering why the 2nd Region and 3rd region didn't have any Honorable Mention listings. Surely this had to be an error on the C-J's part.

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    Nope ... some regions didn't have any selections (honorable mention) beyond the players who made the top three teams.

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    Darrian Morrow for Owensboro should've at least been honorable mention. The kid from Caldwell Co,Pepper I think is his name, has signed with David Lipscomb or Belmont. He didn't get an honorable mention either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by red and black attack View Post
    Darrian Morrow for Owensboro should've at least been honorable mention. The kid from Caldwell Co,Pepper I think is his name, has signed with David Lipscomb or Belmont. He didn't get an honorable mention either.
    He signed with Lipscomb..

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    I hadn't ever heard of Torell Carter. Can anyone enlighten me in regard to this kid?

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    Real good kid who plays for Letcher Central. He will be a junior next season. It is my understanding that Letcher has a real good seventh and eighth grade group of kids but he'll graduate before they get there to help him.

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