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Cole Lanter enters transfer portal

The former Danville wideout will look to play elsewhere next season.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: OCT 07 Kentucky at Georgia Photo by Jeffrey Vest/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

The Kentucky Wildcats have had some slight roster turnover due to the transfer portal this offseason, and now we can add another name to the list of players who will be playing elsewhere next season.

Cole Lanter has entered his name into the portal, he announced Tuesday on Twitter.

Lanter will have three years of eligibility left at his next home.

A former star wide receiver at Boyle County High School, Lanter has spent the last two seasons in Lexington. Originally on the roster as a walk-on, Mark Stoops awarded Lanter with a full-ride scholarship before the 2023 season.

During his time with the Kentucky program, Lanter appeared in four games but did not record a reception for the Cats.

Before committing to Kentucky, he held other D1 offers from the Eastern Kentucky Colonels and the Murray State Racers.

Now, the Kentucky high school standout will look to finish his college career elsewhere.

Best of luck to Cole as he takes the next step in his football career!