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Kids a player. Health has been an issue for him since Middle School. But, when healthy, he's one of the top LB's in the state. Congrats to the kid. I'm sure there's more to come.

 

Totally agree.

 

No surprise that Belfry's peak during the playoffs last year had a lot to do with Mounts getting healthy.

 

Belfry vs. Pikeville in the regular season completely changed the second he left the game due to injury and then the Panther Offense then got on track mixing the run and pass. Until then Pikeville was struggling to get their Offense going with Mounts getting sideline to sideline.It also helped Pikeville that Dixon missed the game, but that is neither here nor there.

 

Crazy to think that little rural Belfry has had as many kids as they have had in the past decade with D1 offers.

 

Mounts- SIU and Eastern Illinois

Brett Coleman- Miami (OH)

Ben Bentley- Youngstown State

Grayson Cook- Air Force

Taveon Hunter- Morehead State (since transferred to West Virginia State)

Cole Bentley- Louisville

Austin Dotson- UK

Ray Horton- EKU (had FBS offers, unfortunately his career may be over due to injury)

Cameron Catron- EKU (Unfortunately his career may be over after getting shot)

Jordan Scott- EKU

Tony Messer- EKU

Dagen Rash- ARMY Offered, Chose to take PWO at Kentucky

 

That's a pretty impressive run of talent since 2010. It doesn't even take into account some truly great HS players who continued their playing days at smaller schools:

Austin Hatfield- Cumberland

Derek Wellman- Georgetown

Noah Corbett- Cumberland

Sani Warren- UPIKE

Xondre Willis- UPIKE

Austin Lawson- Lindsey Wilson

Justin Barker- Cumberland

John Ashurst- Centre

Ethan Wolford- University of Charleston

 

21 players having an opportunity at college football in 10 years is pretty impressive for a rural County School. Especially with 11 having at least an opportunity for a full scholarship at the D1 level and four kids having the opportunity to compete on the FBS level.

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Totally agree.

 

No surprise that Belfry's peak during the playoffs last year had a lot to do with Mounts getting healthy.

 

Belfry vs. Pikeville in the regular season completely changed the second he left the game due to injury and then the Panther Offense then got on track mixing the run and pass. Until then Pikeville was struggling to get their Offense going with Mounts getting sideline to sideline.It also helped Pikeville that Dixon missed the game, but that is neither here nor there.

 

Crazy to think that little rural Belfry has had as many kids as they have had in the past decade with D1 offers.

 

Mounts- SIU and Eastern Illinois

Brett Coleman- Miami (OH)

Ben Bentley- Youngstown State

Grayson Cook- Air Force

Taveon Hunter- Morehead State (since transferred to West Virginia State)

Cole Bentley- Louisville

Austin Dotson- UK

Ray Horton- EKU (had FBS offers, unfortunately his career may be over due to injury)

Cameron Catron- EKU (Unfortunately his career may be over after getting shot)

Jordan Scott- EKU

Tony Messer- EKU

Dagen Rash- ARMY Offered, Chose to take PWO at Kentucky

 

That's a pretty impressive run of talent since 2010. It doesn't even take into account some truly great HS players who continued their playing days at smaller schools:

Austin Hatfield- Cumberland

Derek Wellman- Georgetown

Noah Corbett- Cumberland

Sani Warren- UPIKE

Xondre Willis- UPIKE

Austin Lawson- Lindsey Wilson

Justin Barker- Cumberland

John Ashurst- Centre

Ethan Wolford- University of Charleston

 

21 players having an opportunity at college football in 10 years is pretty impressive for a rural County School. Especially with 11 having at least an opportunity for a full scholarship at the D1 level and four kids having the opportunity to compete on the FBS level.

 

Very impressive. On a side note, some of these players are no longer playing or never played. Jordon Scott is now an assistant coach for Belfry and Dagan Rash never played for UK. He's going to school at UK but decided not play. Also heard that Ethan Wolford had two D-1 offers, partial scholarship at Memphis (where the coach that recruited him at Concord went) and to Tennessee Tech but he wanted to go where he'd have a chance to play right away.

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