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    Next year's top qbs

    who are the best qb's of the class of 07?
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    Don't really know state wide but there will be several good QB's right here in town next year.. Deaton, Jones, and Perkins all have good skills and will improve during the off-season.. Corbin's QB is awesome as well...

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    South Laurel has a really good qb in Bowling, as does Williamsburg with Frazier. Daniel Pugh of Paintsville should be better next year too.

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    The kid from Franklin Co. should be a stud...........Very good qb that can run and throw.....Sorry don't remember his name...

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    Quote Originally Posted by raiderbird
    The kid from Franklin Co. should be a stud...........Very good qb that can run and throw.....Sorry don't remember his name...

    Kaelin Ammons, probably a Top 5 QB in the state this year.

    The kid from Clay Co. will be a stud, too. I think Lewis is his last name, not sure, but he is a freshman.

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    Petrino, Trinity 2007
    Broughton, Bullitt East 2007
    McDonald, Waggener 2007

    In the Louisville area, those three will be outstanding.

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    Ammons would be my top pick from Franklin Co. The kid at Laffeyette is really good too. Corey Humphrey at Lawrence Co and the Cashen kid at Corbin are two of the better ones in Eastern Ky. Dylan Grandon at North Oldham has a lot of potential and experience in the Louisville area.

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    Petrino (Trinity)

    I'm not familiar with the rest of the state that well.

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    Thomas Frazier from Williamsburg, has the size and arm strength to play at the next level.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Regulator
    Petrino (Trinity)

    I'm not familiar with the rest of the state that well.
    I agree with this one...he was little green early in the year...but has made great improvements...even as a running threat. Next year he will be a lot more comfortable w/ the system and the role....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xman85
    I agree with this one...he was little green early in the year...but has made great improvements...even as a running threat. Next year he will be a lot more comfortable w/ the system and the role....
    How tall is he?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SPORTSFORLIFE
    How tall is he?
    5'8 or 5'9

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    Quote Originally Posted by PepRock01
    5'8 or 5'9

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    I'm kind of partial to Josh Bleser from Cov Cath. He has quite an arm, which should work well with the spread offense.

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    Keith Tandy (Christian Co.) great athlete, quick relelase, accurate, and throws well on the run. Can drop back and throw the long ball or scramble and throw on the run. Not real big at 6'0 175.

    He is loseing his 2 starting WR's, TE, & RB.

    Keith is a 2nd cousin to Curtis Pulley (Hopkinsville/University of Kentucky)

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