Another day, another offensive line commitment for the Kentucky Wildcats.
On Wednesday, it was three-star lineman Paul Rodriguez who committed to UK.
On Thursday, three-star lineman David Wohlabaugh joined the fun by announcing his pledge to the Wildcats:
Wohlabaugh, who hails from Walsh Jesuit High School in Ohio, is a three-star offensive tackle ranked 54th at his position and 22nd in the state of Ohio by Rivals. He’s ranked 885th nationally by 247 Sports.
The 6-6, 280-pound lineman committed to UK while holding offers from the Maryland Terrapins, Pittsburgh Panthers, West Virginia Mountaineers and Purdue Boilermakers among others. And to no surprise, his primary recruiter was Ohio recruiting wizard Vince Marrow.
Wohlabaugh’s father, Dave Wohlabaugh, played nine seasons in the NFL with the Patriots, Browns and Rams. David’s older brother, Jack Wohlabaugh, signed with Ohio State coming out of high school before finishing his career at Duke.
Wohlabaugh joins Rodriguez and three-star linebacker Devon Williams as 2021 commitments for UK.
Here are some highlights of the newest Wildcat in action:
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