I’m going to mention football for a second. Stop yelling at me. I’m sorry, I like football. ESPN says Kentucky’s Josh Clemons could be a true impact freshman in the SEC. Clemons was a three-star recruit out of Fayetteville, Georgia and the 54th ranked running back in the 2011 class, according to Rivals.com.
Josh Clemons, RB: Raymond Sanders might have left spring as the starting running back for the Wildcats, but Kentucky is still looking for help at the position. Clemons will get a chance to get in the backfield rotation after rushing for more than 2,000 and have 25 touchdowns during his senior year of high
In 2007, a freshman running back by the name of Derrick Locke stepped in for Kentucky under Rafael Little and rushed for over 500 yards and five touchdowns on less than 100 carries. You may have heard of him. Josh Clemons could be poised to put up the same type of freshman numbers while sharing the backfield with Raymond Sanders.
Clemons could also benefit from the new Nike uniform technology. They say it improves performance.