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WATCH: Friday Night Highlights from UK Football Recruits


Marrow with Frankfort’s Wandale Robinson (@Robinson_era)

While we wait for Kentucky football to begin, we have a little taste of what the future of UK football might look like.  Below you’ll find the best of the best from UK recruits and commits.

Wandale Robinson had 294 yards and five touchdowns on 12 touches. The punt return touchdown is absolutely incredible.  Lesson learned: NEVER kick it to Wandale.

DeMarcus Harris‘ highlights might be even dumber than Robinson’s.  The UK commit from Vero Beach, Florida caught touchdown passes from 31, 35, 40 and 63 yards.  His final stat line: 8 receptions,255 yards and 4 touchdowns.

Lexington Catholic junior quarterback Beau Allen had a career night.  The UK legacy recruit completed 23 of 31 passes for 357 yards and 7 touchdowns in a win over Ryle.  Here’s one of his best passes that wasn’t a touchdown.

Three-star linebacker and UK commit Tra Wilkins picked off a pass in last night’s game.

This interception from J.J. Weaver is a week old, but it’s so cool it must be shared.

UK commit Demontae “TaeTae” Crumes‘ 65-yard touchdown reception was impressive, but it wasn’t his only big play from Friday night.

Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

4 responses to “WATCH: Friday Night Highlights from UK Football Recruits”

  1. pappy2036

    How about West Jessamine’s tight end/ wide receiver, Greer Stone: 3 touchdowns, a 2pt. conversion, 200 yds and the game saving interception!! A Kentucky Blueblood( son of Ex-UK player,Steve Stone), who could be next year’s Charles Walker!! Let’s get him recruited and signed.

  2. UKWildcatNation

    Demarcus Harris ran the same post route every time and they just could not stop him!

  3. UKWildcatNation

    Ummm…the video shows Robinson scoring 7 touchdowns hmmmmm
    But whatever, all I know is I would LOVE to see him suit up as a Cat. He can line up ANYWHERE on the field. He is a threat in the backfield, in the slot across the middle, going deep, as a return man…hell he even could play DB!
    Some guys are just playmakers, and you can’t coach speed!

  4. pappy2036

    Check out Greer Stone’s Friday night highlights!!! He is big and can move!!

    http://www.hudl.com/v/2ADp02