It was one helluva weekend for the Kentucky Wildcats football team as Mark Stoops and co. landed four commitments in a span of two days.
Two of the players are from the city of Louisville. At one point, the pipeline to the city was pretty much closed off. Mark Stoops understands the importance of dominating recruiting in your own state so he instilled Vince Marrow as the recruiting coordinator for the state of Kentucky.
Once that happened, the tide turned almost automatically. With the failing of Bobby Petrino and a new staff in at Louisville, it was prime time for Marrow to make his presence known and he’s done just that.
Don’t doubt the Big Dog.
Tweets of the Day
The newest Wildcat is a three star wide receiver form Louisville Male High School.
Kentucky still has two silent commitments.— Justin Rowland (@RowlandRIVALS) June 24, 2019
More Yahtzees! coming?
With the commitment of Izayah Cummings, Kentucky's 2020 class is up to No. 27 in the 247Sports Composite Team Recruiting Rankings.— TheCatsPause247 (@TheCatsPause247) June 24, 2019
I expect this to continue to climb.
Izayah Cummings commits to UK | Cats Pause- Cummings held offers from West Virginia, Louisville, Washington State, and others.
Maci Morris signs contract to play professionally in Italy | UK Athletics- Good luck to the former Kentucky star as she embarks on her pro career.
Mets sink to new low | ESPN- After losing 5-3 to the Cubs, a Mets player had to be restrained from attacking a reporter. The organization has apologized for the incident.
Lavar Ball off of ESPN, blames reporter | USA Today- It seems as if the World Wide Network has tired of the elder Ball’s antics.
NFL’s best rivalries in 2019 | Sporting News- The Cleveland Browns are on the list as their rivalry with the Steelers seems to be as balanced as it’s ever been.
Three questions that will decide the winner | Sports Illustrated- It’s Vanderbilt vs. Michigan with Vandy as the heavy favorite.
And lastly, there is no updates on Kerry Blackshear. I have no idea where he is going to go or when he’s going to announce. Your guess is as good as mine.
But my feeling is that it’s a good thing that he didn’t announce yesterday as was widely predicted. I think had he done that it would have been Tennessee. The fact that he didn’t announce means that Kentucky still has a chance. That’s all I got.