Posted On: 06/23/22 7:50 PM

This past Saturday, I had the pleasure of getting to watch some of the top upcoming football talent from the state of Kentucky in the Kentucky Future Stars vs Tennessee Future Stars all star games. The third and final game of the day was the eighth grade game featuring prospects from the class of 2026. This was a very hard fought battle from start to finish but the Kentucky Future Stars unfortunately fell short in the final seconds of the game. Even in the loss, there was a ton of talent on display for Kentucky and there were many players worthy of receiving recognition,  but here are the prospects that stood out the most to me for the Eighth Grade Kentucky Future Stars

Tyree Stoner | Quarterback | 2026

While he didn’t get the start at quarterback, Tyree Stoner took advantage of his opportunity when his name was called and was a big reason for Kentucky staying in the game until the very end. He showed true dual threat ability with incredible skill as a ball carrier as well as great skills as a passer. As

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