Word out of Western Kentucky spring football practice is that Jon Dowling is looking good in all aspects of the game catching kickoff and punt returns.
Unfortunately, the Southeast High product, who played for Florida last year, will likely have to sit out next season because of transfer rules.
Palmetto High defensive back Ty Scott, has moved to number two on the depth chart for the Hilltoppers at safety and his also having a good spring.
Braden River High product Tevin Bryant could earn himself a scholarship in the not too distant future. A walk-on who sat out last year, the 5-9 freshman has bulked up to 230 pounds and has looked good at fullback and running back.
In his senior year at Braden River, Bryant rushed for 1,650 yards and 16 rushing touchdowns going against defenses that knew he was going to get the ball nearly all the time.