The once-promising career of T.V. Williams at Kentucky is now over.
According to Jen Smith of the Lexington Herald-Leader, Williams is leaving the Wildcats to pursue a transfer elsewhere, likely to a school where more playing time can be had. Williams fell far down the depth chart last season to the point he was rarely seeing the field, even though this position struggled badly for UK last year.
A former three-star receiver prospect out of McKinney High School in Texas, Williams was part of the 2014 class and was originally recruited by Neal Brown, who was UK's offensive coordinator that year before becoming the head coach of Troy in 2015. That's probably one school that will be in contention to land his services.
Williams caught four passes for 64 yards over his first four games as a true freshman in 2014 and appeared to becoming a reliable option in Brown's air-raid offense. But in the ensuing 20 games between 2014-15, Williams caught just one pass for -5 yards.