Kentucky Football Commitments Results 10/24

KSR brings you Kentucky's 2009 football commitments' results.

Ryan Mossakowski
Centennial High Frisco, Tx
Lost to McKinney 48-23.

Morgan Newton
Carmel High Carmel, In
13-15 158 yards three touchdowns. Ran three times for 76 yards.
Defeated Noblesville 41-0.

David Sims
Calhoun County St. Matthews, SC
No Results

Qua Huzzie and Tristian Johnson
LaGrange High LaGrange, Ga
LaGrange 47 Columbus 7

Anthony Kendrick
Seven Lakes High Katy, Tx
Defeated Morton Ranch 35-21.

LaRod King
North Hardin High Radcliff, Ky
No Results

Sam Simpson
Henry Clay Lexington, Ky
Defeated Tates Creek 32-6.

Jarvis Walker and Myron Walker
Rummel High Metarie, La
Defeated Carver 46-0.

Larry Warford
Madison Central High Richmond, Ky
Defeated Dunbar 28-6.
The offense rushed for 300 yards.

Brian Adams
South Forsyth Cumming, Ga
Lost to Peachtree Ridge 22-16.

Jordan Aumiller
Boyle County High Danville, Ky
caught four passes for 62 yards and a touchdown.
Defeated Mercer County 27-3.

Kevin Mitchell
Alexander High Douglasville, Ga
No Results.

Justin Bean
Tupelo High School Tupelo, MS
Played DeSoto High School. No result.

Ridge Wilson and Mister Cobble
Louisville Central High, Louisville Ky
Defeated Moore 76-0.

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