Going into the season, Kentucky’s biggest question mark was likely the secondary.
The Cats lost five defensive backs to the NFL, a group that essentially manned the backline of the defense since they were freshman. Make no mistake, Kentucky has recruited a lot of talent in the secondary, but those players lack a lot of game experience.
The loss of Davonte Robinson for the year to an injury is awful news for Kentucky. Robinson is very talented and possessed probably the most in-game experience. He was also versatile and could play multiple positions.
Now without him in the fold, the young players will have to step up and show their talent. Otherwise, Kentucky could be in deep trouble this year.
A lot of questions will have to be answered this season about the secondary. Coach Stoops, Brad White, and Clinkscale will have their hands full.
Tweets of the Day
This is a cool thing the football program does for these guys.
Junior @LynnBowden_1 has been named to the 2019 @hornungaward Watch List! This award is given annually to college football’s most versatile athlete.— Kentucky Football (@UKFootball) July 25, 2019
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Shoutout to Lynn Bowden!
Jordan Griffin seems like the top candidate to replace Robinson.
Kentucky has a lot of talent, little experience.
Landing Boston would be a major win on the recruiting trail.
Nice honor for Landon.
Kentucky and Texas Tech have had few meetings in the past.
Herro likes this year’s team.
College football can’t get here soon enough.
Some notable names remain unsigned.
Count me in on the Tacko bandwagon.
Less than one week away.
Worth a read.
Under Belichick, he’ll probably turn into a pro bowl receiver.