Way too early preseason rankings!

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    Way too early preseason rankings!

    Who are your top two teams in each class?

    Obviously, Trinity... and... well everyone else.. 😃
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    Let me preface this by saying there is very limited research involved...

    1A:
    1. Pikeville
    2. Paintsville
    3. NewCath
    4. Lou. Holy Cross
    5. Hazard

    2A
    1. Somerset
    2. Mayfield
    3. Beechwood
    4. Breathitt County
    5. Danville

    3A
    1. Belfry
    2. Bell County
    3. DeSales
    4. Etown
    5. Mercer County

    4A
    1. Johnson Central
    2. Wayne County
    3. Boyle County
    4. Hopkinsville
    5. Corbin

    5A
    1. CovCath
    2. Bowling Green
    3. Scott County
    4. Frederick Douglass
    5. South Warren

    6A
    1. Trinity
    2. St. Xavier
    3. Male
    4. North Hardin
    5. Manual

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    I agree, but think LCA in Breathitt Co. spot. Way to early, but I agree with all. Somerset loses 24 seniors, but only a hand full played. They will need lineman and secondary, luckily they're set in those spots. Jumpers will be explosive again, with a lot of weapons returning Sheron, Grundy, Garland and bunch more starters. They can make a legit run. Wayne Co. is the team to watch with Sloan.

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    Douglas might be 3 and Scott Co 4. Douglas will bring back most of their defense. Scott Co I believe will graduate a number of their starters.

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    Corbin should be higher in 4A.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hatz View Post
    Corbin should be higher in 4A
    They should be really good next season.

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    6A:
    1. Trinity ( return 8 starters on defense)
    2. St.X ( very talented Junior and Soph class)
    3. Manual ( return 18 of 22 starters)
    4. Male ( lose a lot but really good players to build around such as RB Jaylin Bross and WR Vinny Anthony).

    My best guess at this point without much research yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ATLCat View Post
    Let me preface this by saying there is very limited research involved...

    1A:
    1. Pikeville
    2. Paintsville
    3. NewCath
    4. Lou. Holy Cross
    5. Hazard

    2A
    1. Somerset
    2. Mayfield
    3. Beechwood
    4. Breathitt County
    5. Danville

    3A
    1. Belfry
    2. Bell County
    3. DeSales
    4. Etown
    5. Mercer County

    4A
    1. Johnson Central
    2. Wayne County
    3. Boyle County
    4. Hopkinsville
    5. Corbin

    5A
    1. CovCath
    2. Bowling Green
    3. Scott County
    4. Frederick Douglass
    5. South Warren

    6A
    1. Trinity
    2. St. Xavier
    3. Male
    4. North Hardin
    5. Manual
    I'm very interested in how good SW will be. I admittedly do not know much about them, but @PurplePride92 has been hyping up the future of SW. It sounds like the SW BG game could be another treat next year and possibly one of the better regular season games in 5A.

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    I will remain an X skeptic until something happens to change my mind. I know that there will come a day when X is a factor in the title, but I'll acknowledge it after it happens. Right now I'm just not convinced that football means as much at X as it does at Trinity.

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    LCA should be back in the mix next year. They only lose 1 on defense and 4 on offense (2 OL, QB, and WR).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tones View Post
    I'm very interested in how good SW will be. I admittedly do not know much about them, but @PurplePride92 has been hyping up the future of SW. It sounds like the SW BG game could be another treat next year and possibly one of the better regular season games in 5A.
    I fully expect them to be one of the best teams in 5A next season. They are my way early pick to win 5A next year.

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    Not sure North Hardin should be #4 in 6A. They lose 4 defensive lineman including Octavious Oxendine, 3 offensive lineman as well as WR Moore. District 2 frontrunner based on returning starters has to be Meade County!

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    Darn. Have to wait 8 months for HS football again.

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    Danville graduated 3 players that played significant minutes. They should be a tough out next year with all they have returning.

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    I went ahead and did an interchangeable 5th spot for each class.

    1A
    Pikeville
    Paintsville
    NewCath
    Hazard
    Lou. Holy Cross/Raceland

    2A
    Somerset
    Mayfield
    Beechwood
    Danville
    Breathitt/LCA

    3A
    Belfry
    DeSales
    Bell
    Bardstown
    Mercer/E-town

    4A
    Johnson Central
    Wayne County
    Boyle
    Corbin
    Central/Hoptown

    5A
    CovCath
    Scott County
    FD
    South Warren
    Bowling Green/South Oldham

    6A
    T
    X
    Male
    North Hardin
    Manual/Simon Kenton

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