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Izayah Cummings commits to Kentucky

The Louisville wide receiver becomes the latest in-state pledge for the Cats.


One of the top players in the state of Kentucky, three-star wide receiver Izayah Cummings out of Louisville, has officially pledged his commitment to the Kentucky Wildcats. He announced the decision on Sunday via a Twitter video:

The final list included schools such as Louisville, West Virginia, Purdue, and Virginia, but he ultimately chose the Cats.

Cummings is hailed as the 481st overall prospect in the country by 247 Sports, and the seventh-ranked player in the state of Kentucky. Reeling in Cummings makes him the fourth Kentucky prospect in the class of 2020 to commit to the Wildcats, with more still in the process (hopefully.)

Cummings has all the makings of a star wide receiver, being billed at 6-3, 212 pounds with a 37-inch vertical, the potential is limitless with this man.

This commitment comes as Cummings officially visited the Wildcats over the weekend, just two weeks after he unofficially visited Kentucky.

Cummings joins Joshua Jones, Earnest Sanders, Jordan Watkins, Torrance Davis, Jutahn McClain, D’Eryk Jackson, Justin Rogers, Andru Phillips, John Young and Beau Allen in Kentucky’s 2020 recruiting class thus far. Jones, Watkins, Sanders and Cummings all committed to the Wildcats this weekend.

Check out some highlights of the newest Wildcat in action:

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