Set to release on August 25, the popular video game series Madden 21 has released their entire list of individual player ratings.
And as expected, it is loaded with former Kentucky football stars.
The highest rating of all former Wildcats? Za’Darius Smith of the Green Bay Packers, who holds a grade of 88 overall.
Avery Williamson of the New York Jets isn’t far behind, coming in with a ranking of 84 overall.
Going into his second year in the league, Josh Allen boasts a grade of 81 overall.
Sitting pretty with a franchise tag worth roughly $16 million next season, Bud Dupree is next on the list at 80 overall.
Like Dupree, Danny Trevathan also boasts an 80 overall grade.
Going into his tenth year in the league, Randall Cobb earned a 78 overall grade.
Corey Peters is next in line with an overall grade of 75.
Returning as a starter for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Mike Edwards earned a 73 overall grade.
After a strong second half of the year in his rookie campaign, Benny Snell Jr. earned a 72 overall grade.
Joining last year’s strong rookie class, Lonnie Johnson Jr. rounded out the former Wildcats with 70-plus grades, coming in at 71 overall.
Making his Madden debut, Lynn Bowden Jr. came in at 69 overall.
To close out all Wildcats, Logan Stenberg earned a 62 overall grade.
What do you think of the former Wildcats and their rankings? Fair?