Jul 27, 16, 08:20 AM #2Northern Kentucky Football Programs:
Covington Holy Cross
Newport Central Catholic
Jul 27, 16, 08:22 AM #3For what it's worth, the margin between #6 & #7, and the margin between #8 and #9 are both extremely slim.
Jul 27, 16, 11:43 AM #4Any indication of how the remainder would rank?
Jul 27, 16, 01:31 PM #5
Jul 27, 16, 02:44 PM #6
Last edited by Colonels_Wear_Blue; Jul 27, 16 at 03:10 PM.
Jul 27, 16, 02:46 PM #7CovCath then Highlands then Scott
Let that sink in for a moment
Jul 27, 16, 02:55 PM #8
Holy Cross has Derrick Barnes (cousin to Shaun Alexander) getting looks from the likes of Ohio State, and then Xavier Abernathy joining him in the backfield.
The Indians also have a tackle on their O-line who is going to be worth keeping an eye on for various reasons...particularly the fact that he spent this past summer with the Governer's Scholar program, has been reached out to by Georgia Tech and Notre Dame, and is getting heavy recruitment from MIT.
Jul 27, 16, 02:56 PM #9
- Join Date
- Mar 13
- Union, Ky. Ryle School district
Jul 27, 16, 02:58 PM #10
Jul 27, 16, 02:58 PM #11
Jul 27, 16, 02:59 PM #12
Keep an eye on Bracken Co. this year. I see them making a run similar to what Brossart did last year. I put them ahead of Bellevue and Brossart, both of which lost several key players from last year. That's just my take.
- Join Date
- Jul 15
Jul 27, 16, 03:10 PM #13#11-20 (which I've now fixed, for what it's worth).
Conner and Holy Cross are really close together, and I think Holy Cross has the potential to prove me wrong in the regular season, but personally, I've got to start out 6A Conner over 2A Holy Cross to begin things.
Last edited by Colonels_Wear_Blue; Jul 27, 16 at 03:53 PM.
Jul 27, 16, 03:31 PM #14I think Scott is a little to high and the Holy Cross running attack is going to be really tough for most teams to stop. The Indians would be in my top 10
Jul 27, 16, 03:54 PM #15Dixie Heights (5A) – Coach Brossart has shown that he can make things happen at Dixie. It was only two seasons ago that he led the Colonels to the 6A state finals, finishing as runners up. Last year proved to be a struggle for Dixie though, after having graduated a very talented class of seniors. After fighting their way through a 3-8 season last year with a team built on young starters, the Colonels are going to come out swinging with virtually a full team of returning starters. Senior Noah Smedley will likely be leading the offensive charge at QB, with Winton Woods (OH) transfer Giante Hicks coming in to support at wide receiver. Seniors Cameron Barrett, Austin Rice, and Logan Robinson will be leading the defensive team for Dixie.
I was told over the weekend that one of the Rice boys at Dixie has been moved to QB. Any one have the inside info on that?