The Kentucky Wildcats are getting a major official visit from the top player in the state of Kentucky.
According to Zack Geoghegan of Kentucky Sports Radio, 2025 quarterback Cutter Boley will take an official visit to Kentucky on June 9-11.
Geoghegan added that Boley is able to take an official visit because of his academic status. He’s been previously mentioned as a reclass candidate for the 2024 class.
LCA’s Cutter Boley, one of the top QBs in the nation, will take an official visit to Kentucky the weekend of June 9-11, KSR has learned.— Zack Geoghegan (@ZGeogheganKSR) April 21, 2023
Boley is in the ‘25 class, but is academically a junior, so the NCAA has approved him for an OV.
Boley is currently ranked as the No. 12 overall player and No. 2 overall pro-style quarterback in the 2025 class, according to Rivals.
The Lexington Christian Academy quarterback has taken several visits to Kentucky over the last year but is now making the Cats one of his official visits.
Boley holds offers from the likes of Tennessee, Michigan, Penn State, and Notre Dame, among others. However, with Liam Coen leading the recruitment, the Cats are believed to have the advantage in this recruitment right now.
Getting Boley on campus for an official visit is only going to strengthen the chances of Kentucky landing the in-state star.