Nope. There's only two subdivisions of D1. Both give scholarships, but FBS can give aid to 85 players per team. FCS can provide 63 full scholarships total but may split them up among a max of 85 players (e.g., 41 full rides and 44 half-rides). Those two subdivisions:FYI - Division 1-AA doesn't exist any more....There are now 3 divisions....Division 1, Division 1 - FBS, Division 1 - FCS...I believe these were changed around 2006, so you boys should brush up on your knowledge.
Additionally, EKU is and "FBS" program, and Morehead State is "FCS", non-scholarship...some of the other above mentioned schools are still simply NAIA.
The most recent successful football players from this area (my memory only) would be Chris Jennings (Fairview), Arliss Beech (Ashland) and Jeremy Sheffey (Boyd County)...all 3 played large Division 1, and all 3 at least had a brief sniff of the NFL
FBS (Football Bowl Subdivision), schools that play in Bowl Games AKA former Division I-A. UK, Ohio St, Marshall, etc.
FCS (Football Championship Subdivision), schools that are eligible for the FCS playoffs AKA former Division I-AA. Morehead St, EKU, Youngstown St, etc. Marshall was in this division when it was I-AA until the mid 1990s.