The Kentucky Wildcat’ 2020 recruiting class is shaping up to be a historic one for Mark Stoops and company. However, they have had their share of decommits.
Four-star defensive tackle Lamar Goods originally chose Kentucky, only to flip his commitment to the rival Florida Gators. Three-star offensive lineman Richie Leonard did the same. Now, it appears Kentucky could be in jeopardy of losing another trench player.
Three-star defensive tackle Tre’vonn Rybka, who announced his commitment to the Cats on August 20th, does not appear to be a lock to join the Wildcats.
Rybka is rated as the 38th-best defensive tackle in the nation for 2020. He originally chose Kentucky over Tennessee, Oklahoma and Oregon.
If Kentucky can hold onto Rybka, their 2020 defensive line class would consist of five-star Justin Rogers, four-star Samuel Anaele, and Rybka. One could argue would be the best defensive line recruiting haul in school history, though Rogers could end up playing the offensive line in college.