Several prospects in Kentucky have committed to FCS programs. Scout.com takes a look at these young men and where they plan to spend their futures.
Chris Porter-Bunton – 6-4, 200 WR Warren Central: Chris Porter-Bunton played quarterback as a senior out of necessity. But he’s a wide receiver prospect with great length and athleticism. Committed to Tennessee-Martin.
Kendall Sowards – 6-3, 280 OG Ryle: Kendall Sowards is the prototype interior lineman. He’s tough, physical and hard to move. Committed to Indiana State.
Jacob Mayes – 6-1, 215 LB Murray High: Jacob Mayes is a playmaker on the defensive side of the ball. He attacks the ball ferociously and makes great form tackles. Committed to Harvard.
R.J. Taylor – 5-11 ½, 180 WR/DB Tates Creek: R.J. Taylor was one of the best in the state on both sides of the ball. Taylor uses his physical ability as well as his football IQ to make the right play at the right time. Committed to Wofford.
Brenan Kuntz – 6-3, 195 QB Simon Kenton: Brenan Kuntz is a winner who made big throws all season, but isn’t limited to the air. He can make plays with his legs too. Committed to Grand Valley State.
Lawson Page – 6-1, 190 QB Collins High: A dual threat quarterback, Lawson Page is an accurate passer who ran his offense to perfection this season. Committed to Morehead State.
William Lange – 5-10, 175 RB Somerset High: William Lange is a speed running back who is deceptively strong. Lange’s breakaway speed is his biggest asset. Committed to Davidson.
Scott Daniel – 6-1, 170 WR Scott County: Scott Daniel is a big play wide receiver. He can beat most defenders one-on-one in the open field and score on any touch. Committed to Eastern Kentucky.
Darrius Spivey-Nunn – 6-1, 170 S Paducah Tilghman: Darrius Spivey-Nunn is a lanky, long defensive back. He has great ability to break on the ball while it’s in the air. He’s also not afraid to mix it up closer to the line. Committed to Southern Illinois.
Emory Thomspon – 5-10, 160 WR Paul Laurence Dunbar: Emory Thompson is explosive with the ball in his hands. He can make defenders miss in open space and score any time. Committed to Dartmouth.
Kagen Skidmore – 6-1, 298 OG Somerset High: Kagen Skidmore is highly thought of and if not for his height, would be the most highly recruited offensive lineman in Kentucky. He has great strength and technique that stand out. Committed to Eastern Kentucky.
Ben Walling – 6-5, 290 OL Simon Kenton: Ben Walling is a moving brick wall protecting the ball handler. He has great strength and arm length. With added strength, he will be a long time starter in college. Committed to Grand Valley State.
Dylan Boone – 6-0, 190 S Murray High: Dylan Boone has a nose for the ball. As a safety he can play close to the line of scrimmage and attack the ball carrier effectively. Committed to Murray State.
Donald Styles – 5-10, 185 LB/S Lou. Central: Donald Styles is one of the hardest hitters in the state and has accumulated over 100 tackles in each of the last two seasons. Committed to Austin Peay.
This is a running list, so I will add to it as other prospects made their decisions. If you have others, contact me at @BriEldridge on Twitter.