Three Kentuckians named Blue-Grey Football All-Americans

07/14/2017 01:09 PM

After a summer of competing at camps, three Kentucky high school football players have been selected to represent the Commonwealth as Blue-Grey Football All-Americans. The organization will hold their All-American games this year in Dallas, Tampa and Jacksonville.

Dalton Tucker , a 6’5”, 293-pound offensive lineman from Bourbon County High School, was one of the honorees. Tucker is committed to Marshall and was one of the top performers at the “Super Regional” in Canton, Ohio. Of his performance there, Blue-Grey Football’s Sean Ceglinsky said Tucker was truly a force to be reckoned with down in the trenches.”

Dawson Stalker, a 6’2”, 309-pound defensive tackle from Johnson Central was chosen to participate in the Blue-Grey All-American game at AT&T Stadium on December 18 in Dallas. Stalker was one of the standout performers at a regional combine at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati and earned a trip to the “Super Regional” at the Pro Football Hall of Fame, where he performed well enough to earn an All-American spot.

Tyler Beisner, a 5’10”, 145-pound wide receiver from North Oldham was selected to participate in the Blue-Grey All-American game at EverBank Field in Jacksonville on January 13. Beisner, the son of KSTV’s TJ Beisner, earned a trip to the “Super Regional” at the Pro Football Hall of Fame after a strong showing at the regional combine in Cincinnati. Ceglinsky wrote after the Super Combine that “his hands were some of the best in attendance.” You can read more of his story here.

The players were selected from a pool of 6,750 high school football players and all of the games can be watched on ESPN3.

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