Trinity QB Nick Bohn

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    Quote Originally Posted by 87ROCK View Post
    Other serious interest has come from NAIA/D2/D3 (Georgetown, Hanover, Centre, Marian, Ohio Dominican, Denison, Case Western)
    I think this may be the best route for him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 87ROCK View Post
    They had him up for a game-day visit. They already had a commitment from a very good QB out of Arizona who did sign with Purdue. Don't think they are taking any more 2018 QBs.
    Purdue is stacked with QB's with Sindelar and Blough both returning next year from injuries.

    Jack Plummer is the QB from Arizona Brohm landed for the the 2018 class and an early enroll at Purdue.

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    Quite simply, Purdue does not need anymore QB's

    Congrats to Bohn though....he will land somewhere nice I am sure.

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    Congrats to him.

    Heck of a player -wish him much success.

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    Sweet!

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    Hope he goes somewhere that gives him money. UK not signing any kids in state this year when there was plenty of talent makes me hope that no in state kids walk on either.
    I would love to see Bohn go to Georgetown

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldoc View Post
    Hope he goes somewhere that gives him money. UK not signing any kids in state this year when there was plenty of talent makes me hope that no in state kids walk on either.
    I would love to see Bohn go to Georgetown
    Not a big UK football fan in the first place but the idea of them shying away from the talent in their state, makes me like them a whole lot less. Louisville isn't going out of their way to sign KY talent either are they?

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    I think the philosophy at both places is that the local talent should want to play at the local schools so they concentrate their efforts elsewhere. There are still lots of kids who could get schollys at smaller schools that are perfectly content to walk-on at th school they’ve cheered for all their lives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 74devil View Post
    Not a big UK football fan in the first place but the idea of them shying away from the talent in their state, makes me like them a whole lot less. Louisville isn't going out of their way to sign KY talent either are they?
    You bring up an interesting point, 74. You are correct....Purdue, Marshall, even Vandy, Duke and Miami have all been much more aggressive recruiting Kentucky kids than the In-State Universities. Western hasn't exactly swarmed all over KY talent as it did when Jeff Brohm was there. Shannon Bishop from PRP is the only kid I know from KY that is a commit. It's puzzling. I always thought you tried to keep the best of the local kids home, that it was a priority. Those are the kids who grew up as fans of the programs and would run through brick walls for the name of the front of the jersey. Like I said, puzzling. Others might take it even further....kinda insulting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by generaldowns View Post
    You bring up an interesting point, 74. You are correct....Purdue, Marshall, even Vandy, Duke and Miami have all been much more aggressive recruiting Kentucky kids than the In-State Universities. Western hasn't exactly swarmed all over KY talent as it did when Jeff Brohm was there. Shannon Bishop from PRP is the only kid I know from KY that is a commit. It's puzzling. I always thought you tried to keep the best of the local kids home, that it was a priority. Those are the kids who grew up as fans of the programs and would run through brick walls for the name of the front of the jersey. Like I said, puzzling. Others might take it even further....kinda insulting.
    UK did that in 2016- Landon Young, Drake Jackson, Kash Daniel.

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    Which KY kids should UK have gone after in this class?

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    From 2014-2017 UK or UL have signed 13 of the top 20 players (Top 5 from each year) from KY per 247. That includes Damien Harris and Jedrick Wills who both went to Alabama and one went who to WKU. So UK or UL they didn’t recruit/sign 5 top 5 players in KY. I understand where you are coming from since I coach KY High School football I love to see KY kids gets scholarships from UK and UL. Congrats to Nick on the Preferred Walk-On, that is a great accomplishment in itself. Work hard every day and you could gain a scholly like Cole Mosier or Charles Walker if you decide to go to BBN!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NKYFootballer View Post
    UK did that in 2016- Landon Young, Drake Jackson, Kash Daniel.
    That's fine, why not every year? There's not at least one kid from this state that could play for UK or UofL? Some years they do look, but all the threads I've read say to me that there is true talent out there and the Big State schools aren't trying to get them. Just my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ColonelPops View Post
    Which KY kids should UK have gone after in this class?
    The kid that this thread is about. He's only good enough for a PWO? CCH's qb, KY's Mr Football, Trinity's receiver, isn't there a kid from Paintsville (OL) that signed with WVU? The Trice kid from Christian County, Dingle from Bowling Green, just to name a couple. What I am saying, is that there are kids out there and I feel that UK isn't looking to get them. I may be naive, but I just don't get it. I also may be wrong but I believe the kid (Bohn) can do better than a PWO. If that's where he wants to go and what he wants to do, more power to him. In my mind, if UK really wanted him, there'd be some money on the table.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 74devil View Post
    The kid that this thread is about. He's only good enough for a PWO? CCH's qb, KY's Mr Football, Trinity's receiver, isn't there a kid from Paintsville (OL) that signed with WVU? The Trice kid from Christian County, Dingle from Bowling Green, just to name a couple. What I am saying, is that there are kids out there and I feel that UK isn't looking to get them. I may be naive, but I just don't get it. I also may be wrong but I believe the kid (Bohn) can do better than a PWO. If that's where he wants to go and what he wants to do, more power to him. In my mind, if UK really wanted him, there'd be some money on the table.
    Bohn has no D1 offers yet you want UK to offer simply because he's in-state?

    Not sure about the others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ColonelPops View Post
    Bohn has no D1 offers yet you want UK to offer simply because he's in-state?

    Not sure about the others.
    No, that wouldn't be wise on UK's part at all. Dingle-GA Tech, Trice-Purdue, Moore-Purdue. I hope that the kid gets a true opportunity to play as opposed to being one of the better scout team qb's around. Do you know if he's gotten offers from any schools other than D-1 schools.

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