"I've been working the hardest on my quickness and agility," said Korn. "I've been hitting the weights as well."
Brobston said, "He has to continue to get stronger. He will have to get used to the strength and the speed of the college game."
Despite Korn's strong high school resume, he doesn't have any grandiose plans for his freshman season at Lipscomb. "I am not expecting a huge amount of playing time," he said. "But I will just work my hardest to make the transition and be ready to help my team when I am called upon."
Frankton opens its varsity season the night before Thanksgiving on Nov. 27 at Eastern. The first home game is Nov. 30 against Taylor.