The Kentucky Wildcats have landed another football pledge in the 2018 class.
It came Sunday as Quintin Wilson made the call for the Cats:
Wilson, who hails from Walnut Hills (OH), is one of the top offensive linemen from the Buckeye State. The three-star lineman held offers from Duke, Minnesota, Boston College, Cincinnati, Rutgers, Temple, Virginia and Ohio among others.
At 6-3 and 292 pounds, Wilson figures to be an interior lineman at the college level, and most services have have him pegged as a center or guard. He doesn’t have an evaluation by ESPN or 247 Sports, though both classify him as a center.
Rivals has him pegged as the fifth-best center in the 2018 class in addition to being the 20th-best prospect from Ohio. Scout.com has him as the 57th-best offensive guard. If his Rivals ranking is any indicator, this was a huge get for Mark Stoops and his staff.
Wilson becomes the eighth pledge for UK in 2018. Here are some highlights of the newest Cat in action: