With Kentucky having a loaded 2016 class coming in, Gunnar Hoak has managed to fly under the radar for the most part.
It's not every day that a program signs a four-star quarterback, but that's exactly what the Cats did when Hoak enrolled at UK in January. Hoak is rated as a four-star prospect by ESPN and the 13th-best pocket passer in the 2016 class.
Now that Hoak is on campus, he sat down for an interview with Kentucky Wildcats TV to talk about committing to UK, working with new offensive coordinator Eddie Gran and what he likes so far about campus life among other topics.
During his final high school season, Hoak threw for 1,798 yards with 14 touchdowns vs just six interceptions during his senior season. He threw for 2,584 yards with 30 touchdowns and just three interceptions as a junior, which really helped put him on the map and helped get him an offer from UK before he committed in April of 2015.