Kentucky quarterback Terry Wilson is almost back to 100 percent. In the first quarter of last season’s games, Wilson suffered a season-ending knee injury that we all believed would plague Kentucky’s chances at success. Of course, we doubted head coach Mark Stoops and the talent/devotion of Lynn Bowden.
After surprising us, Bowden is now in the NFL and Wilson is set to return as the program’s dual-threat quarterback. In an interview with KSR, Wilson claims he’s almost game ready.
“Right now I’m 90 percent,” Wilson said. “I’m running full-speed. I’m cutting, doing the little things. The knee’s feeling fine. It’s getting back to how it was. I’m still strengthening my quad of course, but the knee overall is fine. The knee isn’t a problem at all. The rest of that is strengthening my leg. I’m feeling fine.”
There’s a lot that factors in with Wilson being 100% back from his knee injury. His play-style significantly depends on his health and the stability of his knee. If he’s set to go and can stay upright, Wilson should now have enough time in the UK offense to lead the way for Kentucky. You can read the rest of KSR’s interview here.
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