The class of 2014 is filled with talented prospects and several of the nation’s top programs have taken notice. College coaches from all over the country fill flock to the Bluegrass state to take a look at these talented youngsters.

1. Drew Barker, 6-3, 215, QB, Conner

College Offers: Cincinnati, Illinois, Kentucky, Louisville, Miami Fl., Mississippi, North Carolina, Purdue, South Carolina, Tennessee, Vanderbilt, Western Kentucky

2. Reggie Bonnafon, 6-1, 195, QB, Trinity

College Choice: Louisville

3. Matt Elam, 6-6, 325, DT, John Hardin

College Offers: Alabama, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisville, Western Kentucky

4. Adrian Middleton, 6-4, 275, DT, South Warren

College Offers: Indiana, Kentucky, Louisville, Missouri, Middle Tennessee, Western Kentucky

5. Lloyd Tubman, 6-3, 230, DE, Seneca

College Choice: Vanderbilt

6. Nacarius Fant, 5-11, 175, WR, Bowling GreenCollege Offers: Illinois, Western Kentucky

7. Austin Davis, 5-10, 215, RB, St. Xavier

College Offers: zero

College Interest: Arkansas, Clemson, Florida St., Kentucky, Purdue, Tennessee, Vanderbilt

8. Joe Brown, 5-9, 175, RB, Butler

College Offers: Arizona, Western Kentucky

9. Robert Jones, 6-1, 170, ATH., Valley

College Offers: zero

College Interest: Arkansas, Cincinnati, Louisville, Memphis, Mississippi St., Vanderbilt, Western Kentucky

10. Lenny Broyles, 6-2, 270, DT, St. Xavier

College Offers: Austin Peay, SE Missouri St.

11. Nick True, Highlands
12. DeAndre Farris, Collins,
13. Ryan Duvall, Apollo
14. Derik Overstreet, Paducah Tilghman
15. R.J. Taylor, Tates Creek
16. Seth Hope, Highlands
17. Elijah Bell, Henry Clay
18. Charles Walker, St. Xavier
19. Christian Noble, Fort Campbell
20. BrenanKuntz, Simon Kenton
21. Cody Swabek, Trinity
22. Scott Daniel, Scott County
23.Donald Styles, Central
24. B.J. Nagle, St. Xavier
25. Adam Maddox, Henry County






  1. Diggla says:

    Matt Elam should be #2 if not #1

  2. Trinity Fan says:

    Reggie deserves to be #1 IMO

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