Kentucky football coaches hosted one of Eastern Kentucky’s brightest young stars for a spring practice visit. The rising sophomore left Lexington with a scholarship offer.
As a freshman, running back Treyveon Longmire helped take Corbin to the 3A State Championship game. Longmire caught a 59-yard touchdown pass in the one-point loss to Central at Kroger Field. The home run hitter also scored on special teams and played defense for the Redhounds.
Before receiving the offer from Kentucky, Longmire spent time with Terry Wilson and the Cats’ biggest playmaker, Lynn Bowden.
— Treyveon Longmire (@TreyveonLongmi1) April 2, 2019
Kentucky is just the second school to extend a scholarship offer to Longmire. Western Michigan first made a move in early March. The Cats are making Corbin’s future superstar an early priority.