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The Future Quarterback of Kentucky Football Shines in Last Regular Season Game


While last night was a tough loss, this has still been one of the more impressive starts to a season in UK Football history. In my opinion, the starts to seasons will only get better in the coming years. One of the main reasons? Jarren Williams. The future Kentucky quarterback is one that fans should be excited about. For one, he is an excellent passer. Second, he can extend plays with his legs, which is something that is almost turning into a necessity in college football today.

Williams finished his regular season on Friday night with an impressive performance. The Georgia native was 24/38 for 419 yards and 6 touchdowns. He also added 76 yards on 9 carries with 1 touchdown. Williams’ Central Gwinnett team fell to Parkview 69-44 despite his impressive effort. Here are his highlights from the game…

Williams finished his regular season with 3015 yards, 28 touchdowns and only 4 interceptions. He also added 554 yards on the ground with 10 touchdowns.

It is no secret that Williams is the UK Quarterback of the future. This especially shows with programs like Ohio State and Alabama showing recent interest in the 6 foot quarterback.

Go let him know how much we all want to see in Blue and White on Twitter @Jarren2Williams.

Article written by Sam Gormley

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11 responses to “The Future Quarterback of Kentucky Football Shines in Last Regular Season Game”

  1. Rixter

    Is he better than the last great future qb at Kentucky, Drew Barker?

    1. UKPROF

      And if this team loses 2 more games this year (Georgia is 1) then Mr. Williams will bolt with a show of ‘no confidence’ in the UK coaching staff to produce winning football at UK. Stoops and his staff better ‘bring it’ the rest of the year. Those ‘we got out-coached’ excuses are no longer going to be accepted.

  2. maximumscott

    We’d be lucky to get him to stick. OSU and Bama… well more worried bout OSU bc they have more immediate need for Qb than Bama at this point.

  3. AGSlater

    Why on earth is he coming here

  4. John Henry

    His high school team has a worse won loss record than UK . I doubt if he will bolt. .

  5. ikle757

    Say goodbye to Mr. Williams. After him watching the past 2 weeks of UK football he will be taking his services to another school. This young man is a winner and wants to stay on a winning team. Kentucky will lose the next 3 games to go 6-6 just like a couple yrs ago. This was supposed to be an experienced team. The offensive play calling is bad and the defense is even worse. You cannot win in the SEC w/ division II coaches. I won’t be surprised if Lynn Bowden packs his bags and transfers. Till we get competent coaches this is the kind of football we should expect year after year.

    1. dismore

      Yep he’ll never make it to Lexington.

  6. dethbylt

    Maaaan, how the culture around here has changed. No longer are we complaining about 2-3 win seasons, now the world is collapsing because a bowl eligible team lost. I will take it.

  7. UK Fan In Nashville

    How do you score 7 touchdowns and only put up 44 points? Must have a terrible kicker.

  8. notFromhere

    Nice try, gutter trolls.

    He’s what we’re looking for in a QB and will be here in January. With his skill set, I don’t see how he won’t be at the very least pushing Hoak and Clark for PT next fall.

    The way some actual “fans” keep trying to verbally run this staff off, youd think they like being 2-10. Morons…