Indian wide receiver Dylan Feese, seated, second from left, signed a National Letter of Intent Wednesday to continue his football career at Kentucky Christian University. Pictured seated with Feese are his parents, Bryan and Angie, and younger brother, Colton. Standing are, from left: Asst. coaches Jared Radford, Justin Hoosier, Bill McCullough, Jamie Bryant, Head Coach Clay Stephens, and Athletic Director Brent Campbell.
Adair County High School senior Dylan Feese signed a National Letter of Intent Wednesday morning to continue his football career at Kentucky Christian University. Feese, a two-way starter on last year’s 8-4 Indians squad, will play wide receiver for the Knights.
“I’m excited for the opportunity to keep playing football,” Feese said at the conclusion of the signing. “Kentucky Christian is a good school and I think I will fit in well.”
Joined by his family and coaches, and in front of his teammates on the Adair County football and basketball teams, Feese inked his commitment following a few words from Indians' head coach Clay Stephens. “We’re very happy for Dylan and very proud of him,” Stephens said. “He’ll be going to school at Kentucky Christian, which is in Grayson, Ky., and plays in the Mid-South Conference. Congratulations to him for getting to play football for four more years.”
Feese finished last season with 24 catches for 222 yards, four total touchdowns, 43 tackles, two fumble recoveries, and an interception. He is the second member of the Class of 2017 to sign with a college team, following running back Jordan Lasley’s commitment to Lindsey Wilson College earlier this year.