The Kentucky Wildcats have scored a defensive Yahtzee in the Class of 2021.
On Friday, Kahlil Saunders announced his pledge to the Wildcats:
A 6-5, 260-pound defensive end out of Huntsville (AL), Saunders commits to the Cats while holding offers from Virginia Tech, Virginia, Kansas, Western Kentucky, Memphis, Troy and Southern Miss among others.
Saunders does not currently have an evaluation or ranking at any of the major recruiting sites, so it’s safe to say he’s an under-the-radar recruit right now that Kentucky sees a lot of potential in.
Kentucky now has five commitments in the Class of 2021, including wide receiver Chauncey Magwood, Somerset quarterback Kaiya Sheron, offensive tackle Paul Rodriguez, and offensive tackle David Wohlabaugh. Saunders is the school’s lone commit on defense.
Check out some highlights of the newest Wildcat in action: