Dane Key has committed to the Kentucky Wildcats, which you can read about here!
It’s Dane Key Decision Day in Lexington.
The talented wide receiver from Fredrick Douglass High School, who is the top high school prospect in Kentucky and a top 40 wide receiver nationally, will announce his decision today with Kentucky squarely in the mix, along with Oregon, South Carolina, and Michigan.
Key is a coveted legacy recruit, as his father Donte’ is a former linebacker at Kentucky. The 6’2 wideout has 100 percent of his crystal ball picks on 247 Sports going to Kentucky, although only three predictions have been cast and three predictions on Rivals this month have gone to Kentucky as well.
Landing Key would be huge for Kentucky, as they look to bolster the wide receiver group, especially considering Key’s father played for Kentucky and he’s right in their backyard.
Kentucky has had some luck pulling players from Fredrick Douglass. Dekel Crowdus and Jager Burton are currently on the roster, and Kentucky has a commitment from Ty Bryant in the Class of 2023.
The Cats have some stiff competition between South Carolina, Michigan, and Oregon, but Key is a major priority for Mark Stoops, Vince Marrow, and Kentucky.
Let’s hope Key decides to be a hometown hero at 6 p.m. and join Kentucky.
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Kentucky’s Josh Paschal is the only ED with 80+ grades as both a pass rusher and run defender pic.twitter.com/cYj7usD3S1— PFF College (@PFF_College) October 27, 2021
One of the best.
Kentucky is aware of challenges Mississippi St. can bring - KSR
The Cats will see a unique offense and defense.
Is it time to break up the Kentucky-Mississippi State rivalry? - Herald Leader
It’s been one of the more even cross-division rivalries in the conference.
Rhyne Howard is a preseason first team All-American - Cats Pause
No surprise for one of the best players in the country.
Kentucky lands 4 players among top 101 in CBB - CBS
Keion Brooks is the highest-ranked among the group.
LSU couldn’t practice because of number of injuries - ESPN
Things are not going well in Baton Rouge.
How is the Heisman race shaping up? - Yahoo
Bryce Young and Matt Corral lead the pack.
Mark Ingram is back in New Orleans - Bleacher Report
Full circle for the former Alabama back.