Tyreese Fearbry is one of the top prospects left on the recruiting board for the Kentucky Wildcats, and a position of need as well.
Fearbry is a top-10 prospect in his home state of Pennsylvania and a top-15 player at his position, which is edge. Fearbry named a final four of Kentucky, Penn State, Pittsburgh, and Auburn, and does plan on taking official visits to all of them, with Kentucky getting the chance to host the top-250 prospect this weekend, according to Kentucky Sports Radio.
Fearbry stands at 6-5, 217 pounds and shows tremendous potential being a great athlete.
Right now, Fearbry is seen as a Pittsburgh lean, with the Panthers getting a crystal ball prediction way back in February. Pittsburgh has had one of the better defenses in the ACC the past couple seasons.
But Kentucky has had one of the better defenses in the SEC as well. Within the past three seasons, Kentucky sent both Josh Allen and Jamin Davis to the NFL as first-round draft picks, with Josh Allen racking up 17 sacks in his final season as the most dominant edge rusher in college football.
Time for the coaching staff to work their magic yet again.