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4 Blue Raiders named to 2021 All-Commonwealth Football Team

By Christopher Coombs

A quartet of Lindsey Wilson football student-athletes has been selected to the 2021 Community Trust Bank Kentucky Collegiate All-Commonwealth Team, presented by the Kentucky Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Senior Cameron Dukes and Juniors Jaylen Boyd, Luke Bowman and Joe Gressette are among the 66 student-athletes across NCAA Divisions I, II and III and NAIA institutions in the Commonwealth to receive the honor.

The Kentucky Collegiate All-Commonwealth Team is a pre-season recognition award for football players attending a Kentucky college or university. The Kentucky Collegiate All-Commonwealth Team represents the best college football players that the state of Kentucky has to offer, while their dedication to the game has contributed significantly to their teams. Players that exhibit this unique leadership skill were nominated by their University/College to be recognized as a member of the Kentucky All-Commonwealth Team.

The players will be recognized during the KY Pro Football Hall of Fame 2021 Induction Ceremony which will be televised on WTVQ Channel 36 (Central, KY) on June 25th, 2021 at 8p.m. ET. The KY Pro Football Hall of Fame ceremony will be available across all social media outlets.

This story was posted on 2021-04-30 12:50:17
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