Scott hasn’t been around a freshman WR quite like Rodgers

By Gavin Oliver August 5, 2017 10:07 pm ET Published in The Clemson Insider : http://theclemsoninsider.com/2017/08/05/scott-hasnt-been-around-a-freshman-wr-quite-like-rodgers/ Jeff Scott has coached a list of stars during his tenure as Clemson’s wide receivers coach, including current NFL players Sammy Watkins, DeAndre Hopkins, Martavis Bryant, Adam Humphries, Jaron Brown and Charone Peake. However, he hasn’t been Read more…

WATCH: Tennessee 5-star commit Cade Mays destroys high school lineman

By Paul Harvey, August 3, 2017 For Saturday Down South: https://www.saturdaydownsouth.com/tennessee-football/watch-tennessee-5-star-commit-cade-mays-destroys-high-school-lineman/ Brace yourselves Tennessee fans, your five-star commit Cade Mays recently destroyed a high school lineman. Mays is a 5-star OT from Knoxville, who just so happens to be a Vol legacy, but it appears he was seeing work on the Read more…

Smith & Smith Catholic Football Camp 2017

Last week, KCHS hosted their annual Smith & Smith Catholic Football Camp at Blaine Stadium. Campers received direct instruction from KCHS Alum, Harrison Smith (Minnesota Vikings), Lee Smith (Oakland Raiders), and Ryan O’Malley (Oakland Raiders) providing children the basic fundamentals of football, along with speed and agility drills, and all Read more…

Jones Leads Tennessee Football, Family

Tennessee football coach Butch Jones addresses the media on Monday, March 20th 2017 at a press conference. Madison Nickell • The Daily BeaconTyler Wombles, Staff Writer , Jun 16, 2017   Butch Jones has two families. His legion of orange-clad football players takes the field with him during the fall. They struggle, Read more…

Knox News Sentinel Sports Awards

KCHS Football nominees of the Inaugural Knox News Sentinel Sports Awards included  Amari Rodgers & Chase Keurschen. KCHS parent & ESPN commentator Dr. Jerry Punch emcee’d the event and had a chance to speak with Eric Berry, who was the evenings guest speaker. Congratulations to the following KCHS students who Read more…