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Jarrett LaRubbio Commits To Kentucky

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A 3-star Offensive Guard from Lakota East High School outside of Cincinnati, the 6’5 260 pounder has committed to play for Mark Stoops in the Class of 2014. The highly-touted OG held offers from Nebraska, Wisconsin, Vandy, Pitt, North Carolina, and Arizona State.

The #16 OG in the nation is Vince Marrow’s 6th commitment from the state of Ohio in the Class of 2014.

 

Article written by Nick Roush

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

25 Comments for Jarrett LaRubbio Commits To Kentucky



  1. Bald Guy
    11:16 am May 25, 2013 Permalink

    Welcome to the BBN big fella! Go CATS! Stoops will have his statue in Lex, write it down.



  2. Genoscats
    12:03 pm May 25, 2013 Permalink

    GREAT NEWS!⭐⭐⭐



  3. Strongsurgeahead
    12:12 pm May 25, 2013 Permalink

    We shall overcome Stoop will be as good as the hoop one day!



  4. My2Cents
    12:13 pm May 25, 2013 Permalink

    Just as excited about good lineman as skill players. Something UK desperately needs to build to be competitive in the SEC. Welcome big fella!



  5. thinking
    12:32 pm May 25, 2013 Permalink

    Just think about that for a second.The 16th best OG in the country. There are 50 states so that tells you he is the best OG ( on Average) within a three state span . Go Cats!



  6. Jpo
    1:04 pm May 25, 2013 Permalink

    Where’s the mandatory “he’s only a 3 star Joker used to get 3 star players” troll post?



  7. big O
    1:07 pm May 25, 2013 Permalink

    Another 3 star!!!! Wow! Joker those players too.
    Stoops. 3 & OUT



  8. SeoulCat
    1:20 pm May 25, 2013 Permalink

    #7, Wow! Joker’s class never sniffed the top 25 in recruiting rankings! Wow! There’s a big difference between a three *** player who happens to be the #16 OG in his class and a three *** WR who is the #228 ranked WR in his class.



  9. explorer
    1:25 pm May 25, 2013 Permalink

    #7 would you prefer one of the highly rated 5* offensive guards? Oh wait, there aren’t any. Only 12 4* players rated higher than this kid. You guys have to get off this star thing for football. It is meaningless. In football you recruit by position. This kid is at a high level for his position.



  10. explorer
    1:29 pm May 25, 2013 Permalink

    As it stands now, no team in the recruiting rankings has an average recruit rank of 4.0 or better. The #1 ranked Texas has an average of 3.38. For all you non math majors that means they have more 3 stars than 4 and 5 stars. In fact, UK has an average rank that ties Texas at 3.38.



  11. jmfatz47
    1:32 pm May 25, 2013 Permalink

    You have to look at his position ranking– not the # of stars next to his name. Would u take the #15 ranked OG in the country? I think so……well, one would hope so! Another valuable building block if u ask me.



  12. Milo
    3:28 pm May 25, 2013 Permalink

    @10: I’m no math major, but your math logic isn’t accurate. You can have a 3* average by having more 4* and 5* players than 3* players. For example, if there are 4 commits and 2 and 2* and the other 2 are 4* –> 3* average for all commits.



  13. Explorer
    4:10 pm May 25, 2013 Permalink

    None of top programs have two stars that are part of the total average. Good try though.



  14. EricD
    4:13 pm May 25, 2013 Permalink

    Best thing about him is he can add a lot of weight onto his frame. Look for him to to be about 300 lbs in a few years 😉



  15. W.W.B.B.N.D?
    4:30 pm May 25, 2013 Permalink

    Welcome Mr. LaRubbio!!!



  16. Big Blue 66
    5:06 pm May 25, 2013 Permalink

    i just look at where they have other offers, when Joker was here it was “had offers from Western Michigan, Ohio and Middles TN, now with Stoops its “had offers from Michigan, Ohio State and TN…much different now



  17. UK3K
    6:10 pm May 25, 2013 Permalink

    16 – Not one commit had offers from Ohio State and Michigan. It’s a good class, but let’s not get carried away. Kentucky has yet to take on the Midwest powers like ND, OSU and Mich and win on the recruiting front.

    http://kentucky.scout.com/a.z?s=48&p=9&c=8&yr=2014

    Snodgrass is listed as offer, but according to my Ohio buddy, it wasn’t a “commitable” one.



  18. Buddies
    7:37 pm May 25, 2013 Permalink

    Unless your Ohio buddy is Urban Meyer, I’m not sure why you’re so willing to accept his story. Leave football recruiting out of your pillow talk.



  19. ikeeveready
    8:48 pm May 25, 2013 Permalink

    #17-Timmons – OSU
    Hatcher – ND, Mich
    McWilson – Nebraska

    No midwest powers there. But I guess none of those were “committable”.



  20. ikeeveready
    9:20 pm May 25, 2013 Permalink

    So I guess Snodgrass’ s offers from ND, Penn St, Nebraska & Wisconsin don’t count either.

    Yeah, trust your Ohio buddies.



  21. Stone
    9:46 pm May 25, 2013 Permalink

    On rivals LaRubbio is the #16 OG. #17 committed to FSU, #26 committed to Florida. This is a huge get us



  22. Big E
    10:03 pm May 25, 2013 Permalink

    One of the most physical linemen in the country.
    He is legit!



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  24. BlueGrassBuckeyeFan
    11:04 am May 26, 2013 Permalink

    @19 Timmons was not from Ohio. So much delusion on here. When Stoops starts taking Ohio recruits who have OSU and Michigan offers then we’ll talk until then have fun at the bottom of the SEC and the State. UofL WKU > little blue nation.



  25. ikeeveready
    11:40 am May 26, 2013 Permalink

    24-Please try to pay attention…the comment I responded to was that Stoops hadn’t taken any recruits from any “Midwest powers”, not just players from Ohio when clearly he has. We’ll let Derek be the first.