Will Covington Catholic be the top team in 5A in 2018?

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    Fredrick Douglass might be the top team if they are in 5A now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill W. View Post
    Scott county moving down, may give them a run for their money
    Quote Originally Posted by Footballforever74 View Post
    Fredrick Douglass might be the top team if they are in 5A now.
    No classification changes take place until the Fall of 2019. Scott County and Frederick Douglass will both remain in 6A for the 2018 season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colonels_Wear_Blue View Post
    That would have things falling out like this. August 17th seemed awfully early for a first football game of the season, but after running the dates through, that would have the first week of playoffs starting on the first Friday of November.

    Aug 17 @ Ryle
    Aug 24 vs. Henry Clay (at Lexington Catholic)
    Aug 31 @ Cooper
    Sept 7 vs. Kings (OH)
    Sept 14 vs. Beechwood
    Sept 21 @ St. Francis de Sales (OH)
    Sep 28 - Bye Week
    Oct 5 @ Bishop Chatard (IN)
    Oct 12 @ Highlands
    Oct 19 vs. Dixie Heights
    Oct 26 vs. Campbell County
    For reference, in 2017 CalPreps would have had Indianapolis Chatard rated 14th in Kentucky (behind Corbin and ahead of Louisville Butler), SFD would have rated 7th in Kentucky (behind Scott County and ahead of Louisville Male), and Kings would have rated 31st in Kentucky (behind Christian County and ahead of Campbell County).

    With trips to Lexington, Columbus, and Indianapolis on the docket this fall, I like the schedule.

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    CovCath has some nice players returning.

    Michael Mayer Jr. TE/LB 6'5 220
    Casey McGinness Sr. RB 5'10 180
    Jack Coldiron Sr. WR/LB 6'5 230
    Daniel Felix Jr. RB 6'0 195
    Jacob Schriver Sr. RB/LB 6'0 185
    Lucas Jones Jr. OL/DL 6'4 270
    Carter Black Sr. OL/DL 6'3 295
    Michael Manning Jr. OL/DL 6'3 265
    Liam Merkle Sr. OL/DL 6'0 195
    Ross Halverstadt Sr. OL/DL 6'0 195
    Jacob Shumate Sr. OL/DL 6'1 215
    Jackson Sora Sr. OL/DL 6'1 205
    Brennan Etler Sr. OL/DL 6'0 235
    Grant Hemmer Sr. OL/DL 6'1 195
    Jack Pitstick Jr. OL/DL 6'4 200
    Zach Allen Jr. OL/DL 5'11 218
    QB Tyler Reusch Sr. 6'0 180
    QB Noah Powers Jr. 6'2 180
    QB Caleb Jacob So. 6'2 170
    LB Jacob Thieman Sr. 5'11 160
    WR Zach Coburn Sr. 6'3 175
    WR John Lawrie Jr. 6'3 175
    WR Luke Summe Sr. 6'2 165
    WR Andy Molique Jr. 6'2 170
    WR Duncan Summe Sr. 5'11 165
    SS Andrew Shelton Sr. 5'11 155

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    I doubt Jack Coldiron weighs 10 pounds more than Mayer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ColonelPops View Post
    I doubt Jack Coldiron weighs 10 pounds more than Mayer.
    Your are correct. Jack is around 215. And last time I saw Mayer I would guess him around 230-235.

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    Quote Originally Posted by punttheball View Post
    Your are correct. Jack is around 215. And last time I saw Mayer I would guess him around 230-235.
    On a recruiting website Mayer is listed 240 pounds.

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    I would enjoy this seasons Cov Cath peeps, its downhill from here I think for Cov Cath as a whole once things get going.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plantmanky View Post
    I would enjoy this seasons Cov Cath peeps, its downhill from here I think for Cov Cath as a whole once things get going.
    Why so?

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    Absolutely. 15-0 again. I see no team coming close.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plantmanky View Post
    I would enjoy this seasons Cov Cath peeps, its downhill from here I think for Cov Cath as a whole once things get going.
    You have no clue...their pipeline from this fall’s frosh season is stacked. With Eddie running the show...I think they will be just fine.

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    They're first on my list going into the season. Have to wait and see how they and a couple other teams come out of the off season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plantmanky View Post
    I would enjoy this seasons Cov Cath peeps, its downhill from here I think for Cov Cath as a whole once things get going.
    Down hill as in what? Not competing for a district title? Region? Contender to win it all?

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    Last year was unusual but many two way players. That shows you don’t have to have 22 studs to win. Some contributing sophomores last year and a great freshman team last year bode pretty well for two years out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GottaLuvFootball View Post
    Last year was unusual but many two way players. That shows you donít have to have 22 studs to win. Some contributing sophomores last year and a great freshman team last year bode pretty well for two years out.
    If you watch St. Thomas Aquinas and other Florida schools, they have players play both ways quite a bit. They aren't true "Ironmen" but they are in rotations on other side of the ball. True platooning in high school is overrated.

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