Keyron Catlett Picking Up Steam As We Head Into Camp Season

By George Yarberry
EFN National Director
Published: 05/09/2015

The Mid-South Elite Football Combine and Exposure Camp featured some great young talent in Knoxville, including Keyron Catlett from Christian County High School in Kentucky.

Catlett, a 5’10 180-pound sophomore receiver, was a 1st Team All-Combine performer and is a prospect to watch in the class of 2017. Catlett ran a 4.59 in the 40 and looked polished in the wide receiver drills.

In 2014, Catlett had an outstanding season for his high school, catching 61 passes for 1,241 yards and scoring 12 touchdowns. He also had 2 interceptions as a defensive back and returned one of those picks for a touchdown.

The 2-year varsity starter is picking up a lot of steam as we head into the college one day camp season. The University of Kentucky stopped in his school to see him this month along with Austin Peay State University.

It is still early in the process, but he has had two solid varsity seasons and definitely is moving in the right direction. He has prepared himself well to impress colleges this summer. We look for him to have several early offers by this time next year.

Here is a look at a few of his highlights from the Mid-South Elite Combine and Exposure Camp.