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Kentucky QB signee Cutter Boley: “I wouldn’t want to play for anyone else”

Boley really wants to develop into a pro-style quarterback while at Kentucky.

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Kentucky is set in the quarterback room after some of their players left, most notably Devin Leary graduating, Destin Wade transferring to Colorado, and Kaiya Sheron also announcing he would transfer.

With three quarterbacks leaving, Kentucky knew they needed to make a splash not only in the transfer portal but also in recruiting. That’s exactly what they did by adding Georgia Bulldogs transfer Brock Vandagriff, Georgia Southern transfer Beau Allen, and signing Cutter Boley.

Boley is ready to learn from some other experienced quarterbacks.

“I couldn’t be any more excited to learn from them. They’re two really good quarterbacks, like I said, and they’ll have countless things to teach me from the places they’ve been and the offense that they’ve been in,” Boley tells A Sea of Blue. “I just can’t wait to learn the things they know and just be able to work and get to work with them.”

As for why Boley committed to Kentucky, it was due to him living in Kentucky his whole life.

“Just growing up in the state, you know, I’ve grown up a fan I feel like this is where my heart’s always been, and just the offense that Liam Coen runs and the job coach (Mark) Stoops does as head coach is phenomenal and I wouldn’t want to play for anybody else,” said Boley.

As for the offense Liam Coen runs, Boley believes it’s more useful to get players ready for the NFL.

“I’m really hoping to develop into that pro-style quarterback, but I feel like I’m definitely a pro-style quarterback right now, but really develop into just being able to play in that offense at a very high level and get really comfortable in the offense, and I just want to develop all parts of my game and really be a quarterback that the NFL looks for and that type of quarterback they want to have,” Boley tells us.

With Boley finally signing his national letter of intent to Kentucky, he feels relieved with finally getting it over.

“It’s definitely a relief to finally put the pen to paper and make it official,” said Boley. “It’s been a long time coming so I couldn’t be any more excited about my decision and where I’m going to be for the next four years.”

It sounds like Boley is excited to join the Kentucky Wildcats soon but realizes there is a competition he will be having to earn his place in the near future.