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The Depth Chart Podcast’s 2018 National Signing Day Recap

The Depth Chart Podcast returns to recap an excellent National Signing Day for the Kentucky Wildcats.  This year’s class is ranked No. 37.  Freddie will help you understand how the Cats slightly dipped in the recruiting rankings and why you shouldn’t be worried.  You’ll also hear the NSD from a high school coach’s perspective when Scott County’s Jim McKee joins the program.  Highlights:

—  The significance of the Early Signing Period and stealing on from Ohio State.

—  Who will be able to make an immediate impact?

—  How high school coaches are involved in the recruiting process.

—  Why kids should play as many sports as they want to in high school.

—  UK signed zero instate kids; is it an anomaly or cause for concern?

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4 Comments for The Depth Chart Podcast’s 2018 National Signing Day Recap

  1. krautdog
    4:29 pm February 8, 2018 Permalink

    37th and we’re gushing?
    Where do the rest of the SEC teams rank? Ohio State & Michigan don’t. matter. They’re not on our schedule.

  2. bluegrassstu
    6:35 am February 9, 2018 Permalink

    The scholarship osu had for Oats, went to a 5 star offensive lineman from Florida. So both schools made out.

  3. Alleykat16
    11:42 am February 9, 2018 Permalink

    I just saw the team rankings of football teams for next year and they have UK at 64 that’s just crazy I dont get it NO RESPECT at all

  4. notFromhere
    4:35 pm February 9, 2018 Permalink

    Prefer we’re the underdog next year. It’s a decently tough non conf schedule. Will have to come out strong from the first snap through the last. I hope we never take our foot off the gas.