Kal Prince led the Red Devils of Owensboro to a 9-3 record as a junior, but he has high goals in mind for this season. "I think we did pretty good. We wanted to go to state this year and we fell a little short," said Prince. "But that motivated me to work harder this off-season," said Prince.
Prince's goals are pretty simple for this summer and this season. "I want to get my team ready for this upcoming season. I want to make sure I'm ready to play my best when the first game comes."
If Prince plays anything like he did last year, he'll be a huge key to his team's success. "Kal creates," said Prince's father and Head Coach, Joe Prince. "What I mean by that is that he makes things happen," said Prince. "His number one asset is how he can create. His number one problem is trying to create all the time. He's always been able to make plays. He just needs to work on his decision making," said Prince.
The younger Prince elaborated a little on his father's statement. "I think I'm an athlete. But I'm fundamentally sound and I'm still working on my fundamentals," Prince said. "I'd say (I'm improving) my arm strength and getting faster. I'm trying to make better reads. I just want to progress as a quarterback," Prince continued.
Prince has been good enough to receive attention from several schools, including a few in-state programs. "Louisville, Indiana, Western Kentucky and Eastern Kentucky (are showing the most interest)," said Prince. "Indiana and Southern Illinois will be at my school tomorrow," Prince continued.
And while Prince doesn't hold any division one offers, he will be attending the Elite 11 and the Nike Camp this weekend in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. "Those are both national events. I'm trying to show what I've got," said Prince. "It's a good place to get recognition and it's time to get it," Prince finished.