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Article written by Nick Roush

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6 responses to “Justin Rogers will visit Kentucky for the Tennessee game”

  1. cats646

    This games gonna be huge!! Gotta win!

  2. ClutchCargo

    Maybe Tyler Baron can just happen to meet Josh Allen while they’re both on campus.

  3. UKinIN

    Nick, would a Gatewood commitment impact Beau Allen at all?

    1. maximumscott

      Gatewood is transferring bc he wants to start. However, allen will RS next year and Gatewood would sit out also. They both would be eligible to play after that. Allen would have 4 years eligibility and Gatewood 2 years. I dont think it impacts Allen bc he would still be able to see 2 years as a starter in the SEC and those would be 2 years as an experienced back up. Plus Gatewood is true duel threat. The coaching staff could point to Terry W and say you never know when u will be QB1.

      In the end, the best talent will win out. If we get Gatewood I would be shocked if he didnt get the start just based off hos rushing ability and our recent success with Lynn Bow at QB

  4. WKY Cat

    I’m thinking Rogers has been asked to come in and help recruit these guys.

    1. mashburnfan1

      I am guessing that is the main reason Josh Allen is coming to the game, much more of an impact on all the guys who are visiting.