6’1”, 184 lbs.
Rivals: #198 Overall
24/7: #144 Overall, #18 Wide Receiver
Scout: #23 Wide Receiver
Top Schools: Kentucky, South Carolina, Penn State, Ohio State and many more
Neal Brown and Vince Marrow may have added another from Kentucky’s new Ohio pipeline. 4-Star 2014 WR Thaddeus Snodgrass left Lexington this weekend with the Wildcats as his #1 choice. In an interview with Justin Rowland of Rivals.com, Snodgrass confirmed that the Cats were in the lead, ahead of South Carolina and Penn State. Snodgrass has more than a great name; 4.4 speed in the 40-yard dash complements a solid frame and exceptional route-running ability.
Snodgrass’ timely visit may have done the trick to get the current Wildcat (his high school mascot), to become a future Wildcat. “I got to watch some film with the coaches and I got to talk to some of the players. We ate and toured the academic center. The basketball game, it was sweet.” Snodgrass also attributed much of his interest in Kentucky based on the availability of playing time, saying, “They said they don’t have too many receivers right now and I could probably play right away.”