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An update on the 2014 Commit Visit

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This weekend, most if not all of UK’s 2014 commitments will come to Lexington for the team’s Saturday Night Primetime Camp. On Twitter, Mikel Horton invited fans to come to the event and said that he and his fellow commitments would be signing autographs. Unfortunately, that’s not the case because it’s against NCAA rules. Horton and the other commitments were unaware of that at the time; however, take heart in their unbridled enthusiasm. We’ll have plenty of time to fawn over them when they report to camp next year.

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5 Comments for An update on the 2014 Commit Visit



  1. Free Bradley Manning
    10:36 pm June 3, 2013 Permalink

    The NCAA has too much power and is in dire need of being overthrown. Some teenagers want to get together and celebrate their future team with its fan? Fine by me. I don’t need some billion-dollar bureaucracy telling we can’t have some stupid, innocent fun. Isn’t this supposed to be a free country? Oh, sorry. I forgot that money and power trumps everything else.



  2. theSkinny81
    10:50 pm June 3, 2013 Permalink

    Lotta b*tches on here lately. (Looking at you, #2.)



  3. L1C4
    11:19 pm June 3, 2013 Permalink

    Make it 1-11.



  4. UK football class
    2:00 am June 4, 2013 Permalink

    Love that the class of 2014 can’t wait to get to Lexington. But they need to shift down a couple of gears and talk to coaches about NCAA rules and enjoy their high school football season. UK was established in 1865, not 2014. There are four classes of football players who are busting tail at practice daily this summer preparing for August 31st.



  5. Emmert
    7:39 am June 4, 2013 Permalink

    It’s only a matter of time before UK stands in front of the NCAA Committee on Infractions, be it because of football or basketball.