Coaches in each of Kentucky’s six classes were asked to rank the top 10 teams in their respective classes. These rankings are based on the results of that polling.
Josh Moore’s comment
Pirates return nine starters on both sides and five all-state players.
Thanks to blocked FG, Jackets missed semi-state for second time in three years.
Redhounds were blown out by Belfry but played Pirates close for a while.
4. Lexington Catholic
Knights looked like world-beaters in postseason until state championship.
5. Boyle County
Wade Acey and Evan Tarter among the defensive Rebels to keep eye on.
6. Caldwell County
Shane Burns was top passer in 3A last season. He’s a junior this year.
Panthers in third season under Mark Brown, who’s among wins leaders.
8. Garrard County
Can Golden Lions get out of shadow of Boyle and LexCath in district?
Red Devils fell to state champion Belfry last two years. What’s 2016 hold?
Wildcats boast high-level juniors in Jairus Brents and Tahj Rice.
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2016 High school football preview