Another day, more positive news for the Kentucky Football program.
This offseason has been full of positive momentum for the Wildcats football program and head coach Mark Stoops on the heels of a 10-win season. Kentucky has seen unprecedented momentum on the recruiting trail and a great showing at the NFL Draft, while looking at the possibility of another successful season in 2019 despite a significant number of departures.
Yesterday, Kentucky landed Xavier Peters as a transfer, a former Kentucky commitment who was a 4-star linebacker coming out of high school in Ohio. Peters flipped from Kentucky to Florida State, but after several near-decisions, Peters decided to transfer and come to Kentucky.
Reports say that Peters will appeal for immediate eligibility, but it’s no guarantee he will receive it. Nonetheless, he will have four years of eligibility and whether he joins in 2019 or 2020, looks to be a player who can come in and make an impact.
Landing Peters is huge for the program and is just another example of the level that Mark Stoops, Vince Marrow, and the Kentucky coaching staff have built this program to. It wasn’t long ago that a player like Peters transferring from Florida State would even sniff at Kentucky, but now, the Wildcats are becoming a household name.
It’s an exciting time to be a Kentucky Football fan, so buckle up.
Tweets of the Day
Ten years into the @UKCoachCalipari era, we want to celebrate the top dunks since Cal's arrival. We'll unveil a bracket & pick the best one. That's where YOU come in. #BBN picks the field. Tweet your top dunks of the Cal era w/ #CalDunks. We'll take your input & seed the field. pic.twitter.com/lH4cMY1oBn— Kentucky Basketball (@KentuckyMBB) May 15, 2019
This should be fun.
Eric Bledsoe with the tough and-1 reverse layup. pic.twitter.com/mGXhyLvVkZ— Scott Charlton (@Scott_Charlton) May 16, 2019
Bledsoe had a tough night last night, but did have this impressive layup.
One Michigan recruiting analyst thinks so, but says Rogers’ list is ever-fluctuating.
Peters recommitting shows that no bridges were burned in his recruitment.
Jorts is dominating the boards in Japan.
It seems like Bellarmine could be the next Kentucky school to join the DI ranks.
The former Wildcat could be in the running for the newly-open position.
And the Derby controversy continues on.
If Zion goes first as expected, Memphis plans to take the Murray State star next.
Still seems like the Knicks, Lakers and Celtics are the most likely players for AD.
Lopez finished with 29 points, 11 rebounds and 4 blocks.
The 7’7” social media star from UCF has impressed some NBA scouts.
Can we all come to the agreement that Zion isn’t going back to Duke?