UPike’s Brett Coleman, Jakob Headley and Bradyn Hunter was joined by Centre’s Christian Billiter as members of the 2023 Kentucky Collegiate All Commonwealth Team.
Brett Coleman – Coleman, a freshman who played high school football at Belfry, came to UPike after initially signing to play at Miami (OH). Coleman helped lead the Bears’ secondary with 42 total tackles while also intercepting 2 passes and breaking up another pass.
Jakob Headley – Headley, a junior who played at Johnson Central, was 1-of-2 on Field Goal attempts for UPike. Headley also connected on 15-of-21 PAT attempts.
Bradyn Hunter – Hunter, a redshirt junior who played high school football at Pikeville, came to UPike after spending time at Marshall. He helped anchor the Bears’ offensive line this past season.
Christian Billiter – Billiter, a senior who played in high school at Pikeville, was the second leading wide receiver for Centre. Billiter had 22 receptions for 272 yards and 3 touchdowns. He also had 7 carries for 29 yards.
The All Commonwealth Team honors Kentucky’s top performers on the field and in the classroom. The players were nominated by their schools.
The players will be recognized during the 2023 Kentucky Pro Football Hall of Fame induction ceremony on June 23 at 7 pm. Kentucky Lt. Gov. Jacqueline Coleman will also host a luncheon to honor the All Commonwealth Team in Frankfort on the same day.
The entire 68 man squad is made up of:
Centre: Joseph Becherer, Christian Billiter, Dallas Douglas. Nick Grant, Zach Reiners.
Cumberlands: Kendall Adams-Young, Adam Caudle, Walker Dunn, Micah Gibson, Nate Hancock.
Eastern Kentucky: Payton Collins, Ryan Jackson, Parker McKinney, Braedon Sloan.
Georgetown: Boots Ellett, Chad Holleran, Darius Neal, Kyren Simpson, Davon Starks.
Kentucky: Brenden Bates, Eli Cox, Dane Key, Deone Walker, J.J. Weaver.
Kentucky State: Jimmy Edmonds, Jaden Hale, Jaylen Johnson, Jeremiah Owens, Trevon Pope.
Lindsey Wilson: Jbias Dawson, Brandon Fields, Tyler Johnson, Cidney Mills, Eli Sherrard.
Louisville: Renato Brown, Ashton Gillotte, Bryan Hudson, Dezmond Tell.
Morehead State: Nathan Hazlett, Cooper Krezek, James Louis, Jihad McCall, Jaxsen Spears.
Murray State: Jacob Frye, Cody Goatley, Taylor Shields, Cade Shupperd, Cole Williamson.
Pikeville: Brett Coleman, Amari Hardwick, Jakob Headley, Bradyn Hunter, Xavier Malone.
Thomas More: Shaquille Brown, Freddie Johnson, Tanner Lawrence, Kolton Reeves, Colton Sandhas.
Union: KeKe McMurray, DayVon Moore, Tony Norman, Quinterrius Tanksley, Chris Thomas.
Western Kentucky: Malachi Corley, JaQues Evans, Quantavious Leslie, Austin Reed, Upton Stout.