Florida wide receiver Jeff Badet is a Cat! Badet just gave his verbal commitment to Mark Stoops minutes ago. Here’s what you need to know about him:
6’0″, 162 lbs.
ESPN: #104 WR
40 time: 4.5
Strengths: Quickness, good hands, speed off the line, movement in the open field
Summary: Badet is a former South Florida commitment who chose Kentucky over Wake Forest and Iowa State. Despite his small stature, Badet is quick and elusive. He explodes off the line, can create a lot of space between him and his defender, and can change direction very easily. He’ll play in the slot in Neal Brown’s offense. In fact, Badet is already familiar with Neal Brown’s offense since his high school ran the spread, and he played every position in it from flanker, to slot, to wildcat quarterback.
Badet’s height and good hands give him an advantage in the red zone, as he can go up and make an acrobatic catch, something he proved over and over again at Freedom High School, where he was his quarterback’s favorite target. His 4.5 40 may not knock your socks off, but his lateral movement will. Badet is great at taking a five yard catch and turning it into a 50 yard touchdown. His speed, athleticism, and familiarity with the spread will not only make him a natural fit in the Air Raid offense, it will give him early opportunities to prove himself.
Watch him work:
Welcome to the fam, Jeff. You’re next, JoJo Kemp…
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