High Schools Producing College Athletes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wildcat18 View Post
    Male (6A) - 11
    Trinity (6A) - 11
    North Laurel (5A) - 7
    Ryle (6A) - 6
    Fleming County (3A) - 4
    Highlands (5A) - 4
    Pulaski County (5A) - 4
    Owensboro Catholic (2A) - 3
    West Carter (3A) - 3
    Simon Kenton (6A) - 2
    With both Male and Trinity putting so many kids on College football teams does that mean both take a step back to the pack next year? They seemed to be clearly better than anyone in the state last year. Does this open things up for teams like X, Scott Co, or Lafeyette
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4luvofthegame View Post
    With both Male and Trinity putting so many kids on College football teams does that mean both take a step back to the pack next year? They seemed to be clearly better than anyone in the state last year. Does this open things up for teams like X, Scott Co, or Lafeyette
    That's a good question. I would think they would just reload being who they are, but you never know. Maybe someone could give us collegiate success for the 3 other teams you mentioned so far to see where they may stack up.

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    How many of these guys will be on a college campus year 2? less than 60%?

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    Quote Originally Posted by plantmanky View Post
    How many of these guys will be on a college campus year 2? less than 60%?
    That would be my guess as well. The freedom of college and conditioning/lifting with your position group at 0600 followed up by team breakfast at 0800, class all day, meetings at 1600 and then group study can be challenging.

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    Belfry had two I am aware of.

    Next year that number should be one of the highest in the State.

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    Male (6A) - 11
    Trinity (6A) - 11
    North Laurel (5A) - 7
    Ryle (6A) - 6
    Fleming County (3A) - 4
    Highlands (5A) - 4
    Pulaski County (5A) - 4
    Owensboro Catholic (2A) - 3
    West Carter (3A) - 3
    Belfry (3A) - 2
    Franklin County (4A) - 2
    Simon Kenton (6A) - 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fletch_F_Fletch View Post
    Ryle has 6, I do believe
    I see 4 on their web site. Who are the other two?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4luvofthegame View Post
    With both Male and Trinity putting so many kids on College football teams does that mean both take a step back to the pack next year? They seemed to be clearly better than anyone in the state last year. Does this open things up for teams like X, Scott Co, or Lafeyette
    Trinity JV undefeated last year and I think the Freshman lost 1 game. Also pretty confident Male had the same result except the JV may have had the only loss. I don't think the landscape of 6A will change in 2016 - Dogs and Rocks will be in the thick of things even with so many players moving on to college Rosters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plantmanky View Post
    How many of these guys will be on a college campus year 2? less than 60%?
    I hope all of them are still on a college campus next year - at the very least, getting a college education.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raiderjack View Post
    I see 4 on their web site. Who are the other two?
    Jacob Hiles - Lindsey Wilson
    Jake Rabe - Pikeville
    Collin England - Union
    Tyler Selby- Georgetown

    You are correct, Zac Lokey signed to play Lacrosse at Union. Johnny Miemen I believe intended to sign at Pikeville, but apparently did not. Not sure where he will end up. Whereever he does, he will do well. Heck of a LB.

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    I've been looking for Meiman to sign somewhere as well, but he is a next level wrestler too if he wants. Probably weighing his options.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old-School-Football View Post
    Trinity JV undefeated last year and I think the Freshman lost 1 game. Also pretty confident Male had the same result except the JV may have had the only loss. I don't think the landscape of 6A will change in 2016 - Dogs and Rocks will be in the thick of things even with so many players moving on to college Rosters.
    Male JV lost one game to Trinity. The Harper Brothers dominated that game, especially the quarterback. The Frosh Bulldogs have been undefeated for two seasons now

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    Boyle has 4 that I know of.

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    Male (6A) - 11
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    North Laurel (5A) - 7
    Ryle (6A) - 6
    Boyle County (3A) - 4
    Fleming County (3A) - 4
    Highlands (5A) - 4
    Pulaski County (5A) - 4
    Owensboro Catholic (2A) - 3
    West Carter (3A) - 3
    Belfry (3A) - 2
    Franklin County (4A) - 2
    Simon Kenton (6A) - 2

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