WATCH: Kroger Hometown Pickup Tour: Stop No. 1 - Boyle County's Jackson Smith

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We’re excited to tell you about something new from our friends at Kroger. Did you know Kroger is America’s largest grocery chain that started over 135 years ago? They are doing something they’ve never done before: bringing fresh groceries right to you with a new service called Hometown Pickup. That’s right, for those of you in Cynthiana, Midway, Eminence, Bedford, McKee, Dry Ridge, Carlisle, Eubank, Georgetown, Mt. Vernon, Jackson, Frenchburg, Irvine, Mt. Olivet, and Paris, Kentucky you can now order all your groceries online and pick them up at a central location in your hometown. No more long drives into the city to get fresh food for you and your family. Now THAT is truly Fresh for Everyone. Thanks, Kroger. Learn more and place your first order at Special thanks to Kroger who has joined us in a special partnership for a hometown recruiting tour of our own. Follow along for exclusive content as we talk with some of the state's top local prospects. Thanks again to our friends at Kroger!
Welcome everyone to the debut episode of a new series happening over the summer here at Kentucky Sports Radio dot com! The Kroger Hometown Pickup Tour is officially underway as KSR's own Freddie Maggard, Zack Geoghegan, and video expert Bradley McKee have begun to make their way across the Bluegrass State as they interview the top high school prospects from the class of 2022. The idea behind this series is to give football fans and Kentucky fans alike an exclusive peek at the in-state student-athletes who deserve the recognition. Starting us off is current Wildcat commit Jackson Smith, the top-ranked kicker/punter in the country who plays just a short drive from Lexington over at Boyle County High School. The Rebels are coming off a 2020 Kentucky State Football championship victory. Jackson sat down with Freddie to talk some football and did the same with Zack to talk about the recruiting process. In between conversations, hear from Jackson's father, Andy, who was an All-SEC punter during his playing days at UK in the late 90s, along with Boyle County head coach Justin Haddix. Coming up next week is four-star Frederick Douglass wide-receiver Dane Key, a top 250 player in the entire country with plenty of ties to Kentucky. Stay tuned.

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