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Kentucky Offers JUCO Quarterback

The Oklahoman

Last night I told you about a few guys on Kentucky’s radar.  Now one of them has a scholarship offer from UK.

Just two days after Jarren Williams decommitted from Kentucky, the Wildcats extended a scholarship offer to JUCO quarterback Terry Wilson.  The 6’4″ athlete was the No. 8 dual-threat quarterback in the nation when he committed to play for Oregon in 2016.  After one season he left the program and now attends Garden City Community College in Kansas.

Wilson brings a lot to the table, but arguably his most significant attribute is his eligibility.  He still has three remaining years of college football left to play.

Article written by Nick Roush

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12 responses to “Kentucky Offers JUCO Quarterback”

  1. Solidtilt1

    This guy looks good both with his throws and his legs. Hope he comes we could use hin

  2. timewilltell

    Sign him ASAP!!!

  3. Gus Chiggins

    He was rated an 83 compared to Jarren Williams 82 on ESPN coming out of high school, plus he will have 3 years of eligibility left. Come on down. Does make me wonder why other schools haven’t come after this guy as his film looks great.

    1. ClutchCargo

      I’m guessing grades, which could explain why he went from Oregon to a CC. But maybe our staff knows something the others don’t.

  4. Catlogic15

    Kinda makes me question the coaching staffs’ ability to recruit quarterbacks. Obviously ready to pass on Clark/Hoak. So what makes this talent review any different? Got lucky on Johnson, but let’s be honest, even he has elite SEC limitations.

    1. ClutchCargo

      How is it obvious the staff is ready to pass on Clark/Hoak? I don’t think even with Williams they were ready to pass on those other guys, it’s just that Williams was the best QB they could get a commitment from. Stoops has said he wants to bring in a QB in each class, so nothing has changed.

    2. JusSayin

      If anything the decomitment from Williams and the kid last year make me think they are doing something right.

      Twice this coaching staff found a kid who was an underatted 3 star recruit got them committed before the big fish discovered them.

    3. az1006

      You have to know what table you can sit at in the cafeteria…Does anybody blame Jarren Williams for decommitting as soon as he visits Miami, the night they destroyed Notre Dame on national television to put themselves square in the Playoff race? I don’t. I blame him for the way he went about it, but for changing his mind and choosing a school with that sort of pedigree and exposure makes sense.

      That being said, I dont think the staff is ready to pass on anybody already on the roster. Stoops said he likes to have a QB in every class, and if you can get a guy that was a highly-touted high school recruit, has 3 years of eligibility, and two years of college football under his belt, you take that. Doesn’t matter how elite the guys you have on the roster already may or may not be. I don’t think you can have too much depth, and a solid competition will only make all of them better. Hope we get this kid.

    4. Dragon

      Its qb competition. If those guys get butt hurt they can either get better or quit. I want somebody working to beat outthenext guy. Not just earning it because they had a good high school career

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  5. ClutchCargo

    And yes, I will gladly take a former highly rated QB prospect who is now 2 years removed from HS and has 3 years of eligibility remaining.

  6. shelby

    No need to question the coaches; you try to sign aQB every year and take the best u can get.