The Kentucky Wildcats lost a key member of their 2014 recruiting class with offensive tackle Josh Krok deciding to leave the program.
Scout.com's Patrick Loney broke the news late Wednesday night, and it's since been confirmed Krok is transferring from UK.
The 6-8, 300 pound mammoth of a lineman flipped to UK in 2014 after being previously committed to West Virginia. Krok was a three-star player by Rivals.com, ESPN and 247 Sports.
This is a notable loss on the offensive line, as Krok was expected to compete for playing time this year after redshirting in 2014. With left tackle Darrian Miller gone, Krok would have gotten a chance to fight for playing time at offensive tackle.
The Cats Pause reports Krok is leaving due to his desire to transfer closer to home and has no hard feelings towards the Kentucky coaching staff.