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Great list of prospects, obviously there's always kids missed with these things:

 

Kentucky's top 50 college prospects

 

By Jason Frakes August 16, 2015

 

Here are the top 50 high school football prospects in Kentucky, listed alphabetically. Compiled by Jason Frakes and based on a poll of coaches and recruiting services.

 

Player, school Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr. College

 

Mason Alstatt, Lafayette DB 6-0 190 Sr. Wofford

 

Blake Asher, Leslie County DT 6-4 300 Sr. TBA

 

Quinton Baker, Ashland Blazer RB 5-8 196 Sr. Marshall

 

Clay Bolin, Bourbon County QB 6-1 190 Sr. Morehead State

 

Jairus Brents, Waggener DB 5-9 175 So. TBA

 

Rodjay Burns, Trinity WR/DB 6-2 180 Sr. Louisville

 

Logan Butler, St. Xavier LB 6-1 190 Sr. TBA

 

Dee Cain, Caldwell County DB 6-2 215 Sr. WKU

 

Keyron Catlett, Christian County WR 5-10 175 Jr. TBA

 

Sean Cleasant, Manual DT 6-2 275 Jr. TBA

 

Devante Colton, South Warren LB 6-1 215 Sr. TBA

 

Kash Daniel, Paintsville LB 6-3 235 Sr. Kentucky

 

Derek Dorsey, Manual DT 6-4 263 Sr. Louisville

 

Connor Foos, Trinity DE 6-4 260 Sr. TBA

 

Dalton Frasure, Prestonsburg TE 6-3 235 Sr. Austin Peay

 

Devin Gentry, Male RB 5-10 180 Sr. TBA

 

Keith Guy, Scott County RB 6-0 175 Sr. TBA

 

Austin Hergott, Highlands QB 6-4 22- Sr. C. Michigan

 

Tre Hornbuckle, Murray DE 6-4 235 Sr. Duke

 

Mikel Horton, Bryan Station DT 6-1 315 Sr. Wofford

 

Ray Horton, Belfry DT 6-2 265 Jr. TBA

 

Zy’Aire Hughes, McCracken County ATH 6-1 175 Sr. Kentucky

 

Drake Jackson, Woodford County OL 6-2 300 Sr. Kentucky

 

Seth Joest, Woodford County OL 6-3 290 Sr. WKU

 

Austin Johnson, DeSales P 6-2 185 Sr. Louisville

 

Jake Johnson, Pulaski County WR 6-1 185 Jr. TBA

 

Jaylen Jones, Lexington Catholic RB 6-1 210 Sr. TBA

 

Devon Key, Bryan Station S 6-1 194 Sr. TBA

 

Lamarius Kinslow, Fern Creek WR/LB 6-2 225 Sr. WKU

 

Kolbe Langhi, Christian County QB 6-5 218 So. TBA

 

Vincent Lococo, Trinity LB 5-11 220 Sr. TBA

 

Damon Lowe, Trinity LB 5-11 235 Sr. TBA

 

Jordan Meredith, Bowling Green OL 6-2 275 Sr. WKU

 

Tanner Morgan, Ryle QB 6-1 204 Jr. TBA

 

Nathan Murray, Bell County OL 6-7 310 Sr. Ohio

 

Drew O’Bryan, Ashland Blazer LB 6-3 230 Sr. WKU

 

Tyler Pack, Johnson Central K 6-4 220 Sr. TBA

 

Deondre Pleasant, Scott RB/SS 5-11 205 Sr. TBA

 

Wells Purdom, McCracken County DT 6-2 304 Sr. TBA

 

Anthony Robinson, Frankfort ATH 6-3 225 Sr. WKU

 

Davonte Robinson, Henry Clay DB 6-1 175 Sr. Kentucky

 

Zach Smith, Male WR 5-10 170 Sr. TBA

 

John Stratton, Daviess County WR 6-4 190 Sr. TBA

 

Will Ulmer, Madison Central OL 6-5 285 Sr. Marshall

 

Keion Wakefield, Male WR 5-10 175 Sr. Louisville

 

Jedrick Wills, Lafayette OL 6-4 316 Jr. TBA

 

Walker Wood, Lafayette QB 6-0 185 Jr. TBA

 

Kendon Young, Campbellsville ATH 6-1 176 Sr. TBA

 

Landon Young, Lafayette OL 6-7 270 Sr. Kentucky

 

Saige Young, Woodford County OL 6-3 315 Sr. TBA

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I'm witnessed 2 of the kids on this list get blown up by a few kids not on this list.. They have the measurements though and that's all that matters

 

So being "blown up" means you can't play? Every football player is going to be "blown up" occasionally.

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They defiantly forgot some kids.

 

2 kids north of Scott County?

 

"Compiled by Jason Frakes..."

 

...oh.

 

For those who question the list, please name a player you thought was overlooked and list his credentials. i. e. Is the player listed on scout, rivals or any recruiting service? If listed, how are they ranked? What schools are recruiting them? What awards/recognition did the player achieve last year or in summer camps? etc. Basically, try to back up what you say with something more than your opinion.

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Let me rephrase it. They were beat consistently by other players who may of been slightly smaller or lacked name recognition. My point being if you didn't make a list or get some star ranking doesn't mean you are not a good ball player.

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One kid who I am curious to see what options are presented is Hunter Ziegelmeyer from CCH. Jr. 6'6 250ish. Moved from TE to OT this year. Coming off of a knee injury in basketball.

 

My guess is he'll have some nice options.

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