Incoming Kentucky Wildcats freshman Jordan Anthony is already making a name for himself more than two months from the football team’s season opener.
Anthony, a 4- star recruit from the 2022 class, was recruited for his incredible speed and athletic ability, which he continues to show off on the track.
Over the weekend at the USA Track & Field U20 Championships, Anthony ran a 20.35 in the 200m to win the title. He posted a personal best time, despite his hip popping out of place during the race.
⚪️BBN fans get use to seeing my face and million dollar smile https://t.co/d5FnD6A4eX— Flash ⚡️ (@Jordananthony_6) June 27, 2022
Anthony will bring his lightning fast speed to the football field this fall, and star quarterback Will Levis has to be pumped about it. Kentucky will go into the 2022 season losing last year’s All-SEC wideout Wan’Dale Robinson, a player who was not only shifty but could also beat defensive backs downfield.
Anthony will be a true freshman, but could provide an immediate impact in the deep passing game as well as designed plays with the ball in his hands.
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Prediction— Caleb Benson ️ (@CB1_TheFiend) June 28, 2022
2023’ 5 Ugonna Kingsley to Kentucky ⚪️
All predictions to Kentucky, I’ve had 5 ’s Rob Dillingham and Aaron Bradshaw to UK‼️ pic.twitter.com/CRtsOnGxhu
Pretty awesome shoutout.
But it may not be enough.
What landing spot is the best for the former Wildcat?
Have a feeling this isn’t it.
Two former Wildcats make the list.
Big news here.
Not good. Not good at all.
It’s been such a sensational year for Steiner.