The Kentucky Wildcats officially signed 21 prospects during the early signing period, and over half of those are slated to enroll in school next month.
By enrolling in school early, the recruits are able to get a head start on their college career down in Jacksonville.
The Cats are in the Sunshine State getting set to face off against the Clemson Tigers in Friday’s bowl game.
On Wednesday, the team was practicing on the campus of North Florida and multiple 2024 signees were spotted practicing with the team.
Last year, the NCAA changed a rule allowing signees to start practicing once the nation's letters of intent are in, allowing a handful of players in the 2024 class to start getting college reps.
Cutter Boley, Jason Patterson, and Hardley Gilmore were getting work in with the offense, while Jerod Smith and Brian Robinson were with the defense. Jacob Smith was out with an injury.
Cutter Boley is here at Kentucky’s bowl practice. pic.twitter.com/Wlv7gAz7Vd— Adam Luckett (@AdamLuckettKSR) December 27, 2023