BluegrassPreps.com 2019 Preseason Mr. Football Watchlist

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colonels_Wear_Blue View Post
    Of the years the AP has released a list of Mr. Football finalists, or have at very least published lists of players in the discussion for the award, here are the finalists for each of those schools:

    Mayfield: Terral Starks (1997)

    Covington Catholic: Mike Woolf (1987), Paul Hladon (1988), Adam McCormack (1992), Drew Ellison (2005), Kam Butler (2017), AJ Mayer (2017), Casey McGinness (2018).

    Lexington Catholic: Justin Burke (2005), Domonique Hayden (2009)
    Domonique Hayden attended Lexington Christian.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colonels_Wear_Blue View Post
    I would guess that's true, yeah. You can check them all out here in our Mr. Football - Over The Years thread.
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    How many winners did not go to a Power 5 level college?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Voice of Reason View Post
    Domonique Hayden attended Lexington Christian.
    Good catch. That's what I get for using CTRL+F "Lexington", ha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Voice of Reason View Post
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    How many winners did not go to a Power 5 level college?
    Eight.

    Scotty Russell (Evarts, 1991) - Lees McRae/Union
    Jeremy Simpson (Lincoln County, 1993) - Cumberlands
    Jeff Duggins (Boyle County, 2001) - Alfred State
    Corey Robinson (Lone Oak, 2007) - Troy
    Antonio Andrews (Fort Campbell, 2009) - WKU
    Nacarius Fant (Bowling Green, 2013) - WKU
    Jamale Carothers (Bowling Green, 2016) - Navy
    D'mauriae VanCleave (Danville, 2017) - Wofford

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    Quote Originally Posted by DevilMayCare View Post
    Eight.

    Scotty Russell (Evarts, 1991) - Lees McRae/Union
    Jeremy Simpson (Lincoln County, 1993) - Cumberlands
    Jeff Duggins (Boyle County, 2001) - Alfred State
    Corey Robinson (Lone Oak, 2007) - Troy
    Antonio Andrews (Fort Campbell, 2009) - WKU
    Nacarius Fant (Bowling Green, 2013) - WKU
    Jamale Carothers (Bowling Green, 2016) - Navy
    D'mauriae VanCleave (Danville, 2017) - Wofford
    All of those schools since 2001 are D1 aren't they? If yes, that is a strong indicator that the winner will be a D1 commit, and most likely a Power 5 D1 commit.

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    I would add Wilson Kelly Dtackle from Boyle 115 Tackles and 25 for loss last year from nose. I agree with Octavius also. Those two are the two best Dtackles in KY and I'm a Belfry fan. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by RetiredCoach80 View Post
    I would add Wilson Kelly Dtackle from Boyle 115 Tackles and 25 for loss last year from nose. I agree with Octavius also. Those two are the two best Dtackles in KY and I'm a Belfry fan. LOL
    Wilson Kelly is an absolute stud, he’s the strongest player to ever play for Boyle in the weight room and it shows on Friday nights.

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    I look for Hartz from OCath to have a huge year. He has better speed and athletes than in the last two years and it looks he's put on 20 more pounds. Unfortunately the only way he get in the Mr. F discussion is if they get to the 2A title game or some big time offers start coming in.

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