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Kentucky is the first to offer Frank Gore’s son


Miami Dolphins running back Frank Gore is nearing the end of his very successful NFL career, but there will be another Frank Gore carrying a football for years to come.

Gore’s son, Frank Gore Jr., is already drawing some attention as a junior at Killian High School in Miami. He picked up his first scholarship offer this week, courtesy of Mark Stoops and the University of Kentucky.

Stoops coached at the University of Miami when Gore was a star for the Hurricanes in the early 2000s, so there’s a big connection there. I don’t know much about the younger Gore, but he has a strong resemblance to his old man.

If he runs like him, let’s hope he takes Stoops up on that offer.

Article written by Drew Franklin

I can recite every line from Forrest Gump, blindfolded. Follow me on Twitter: @DrewFranklinKSR

7 responses to “Kentucky is the first to offer Frank Gore’s son”

  1. michaelb

    Hell yea frank sr is a stout as heck runner … I know his son would be too

    1. jimmer

      Funny you said hell and then substituted with “heck” in same sentence.

    2. michaelb

      Yea lol cleaning up as I go

  2. Not Dan Issel

    If his son is even remotely close to his father in terms of football skills, then it would be a great addition for UK. Frank Gore Sr. is a tremendous running back.

  3. Greatcatfan

    One of SF’s biggest mistakes was letting him go their run game didn’t look right with him gone and the loss of him also ruined the way they ran the option.

    1. michaelb

      Yea absolutely , for a small stretch sf was doing the dumbest things from an organizational standpoint & that was one of them . Another one was ditching Alex smith when he was peaking . Remember when the owners daughter lashed out against the teams decisions on twitter lol. That gm was doing silly things. Glad sf wasn’t my team

  4. Well Hail

    Let’s keep up the Jr. Trend. BENNY, AJ and Frank