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Article written by Adam Luckett

19 responses to “Will UK look to the transfer portal to fix their QB depth issue?”

  1. Marginal Prophet

    Is Danny Clark still in the portal? Where did he transfer? He might have stayed had he known Hoak was leaving.

  2. wadmalawcat

    “The junior is now appears poised…”

    “Fast forward a few nine months later and the two scholarship quarterbacks shown in the picture are to off that what they hope will be greener pastures.”

    Does anyone proof read these before they post

    1. UKInsider

      I was just writing something similar. This article was poorly written, tough to follow, and the editing was atrocious. KSR can do better than this.

    2. truBLU

      I appreciate the free content and have been here since the days surrounding tubby’s departure, but the paragraph you quoted is exactly where I had to stop reading.

    3. grammarpoliceUK

      No comment! lol

    4. UKCatAttack

      I couldn’t finish it either. I have no idea what the author of this article is even talking about. Plus its a bunch of nonsensical speculation.

    5. ibescootch

      Actually, my favorite part was where he NEVER SAID THE NAME of the potential transfer option from Penn State. He referenced ‘Stevens’ in about the 3rd paragraph, but that’s about it.

    6. ibescootch

      Ahh, here’s the reference I mentioned. I literally can’t figure out what is being said. “…it seems like Stevens may want to go somewhere to start but he may be too late in the process to get somewhere enticing for that.”

      Umm, what?

  3. dismore

    Most quarterbacks transfer to have a shot at starting. Doubt any high caliber guys are looking to transfer to be a backup.

    1. ClutchCargo

      Kind of what I was thinking. But there might be a few who just want a change of scenery for whatever reason.

    2. makeitstop

      Or a graduate degree and experience in the SEC w/ different coaches and programs. It’s probably pretty evident the NFL is not in the cards for most transfers, the obvious blue chippers stuck behind other blue chippers the exception to that.

  4. BBNBRIAN

    Am I missing something…? I thought transfers had to sit out a season? If so, how can they help us this year?

  5. Robinson73

    Graduate Transfer is what they are looking for. Would be eligible this year.
    #BBN

  6. ibescootch

    This is just… not very good writing. I don’t have the time to go through and pick it apart, but good lord, is there a proofreader?

  7. Trueblue44

    This is easily the worst written article I’ve ever read on here. I actually was curious what was available in the transfer market at QB but I can’t follow this article. Someone, preferably someone who is decent in the English language, redo this article please.

  8. Thetruthshallsetbennyfree

    I still think Gilmore has more upside this year than Wilson and Nik has more future upside than him as well. That being said Wilson is the best overall at this point.

    1. notFromhere

      Give it a rest… we know you dont like Wilson already

  9. makeitstop

    The hyperlink to the Danny Clark article provides more insight:
    It’s possible UK could also look to the transfer portal itself if Hoak ultimately leaves. Among the notable graduate transfers with immediate eligibility who haven’t chosen a new school are Tommy Stevens, a senior backup to Trace McSorley last year at Penn State, and Texas Tech’s McClane Carter, who began last season as the Red Raiders’ starter.

    Read more here: https://www.kentucky.com/sports/college/kentucky-sports/uk-football/article229579119.html#storylink=cpy

  10. Wildcat homer

    It aWill be a challenge to find someone who wants to come in as Wilson’s backup