The talking season is just around the corner for the Kentucky football program, but first they must get through some luncheons and award ceremonies. Tonight the Wildcats were at the Lexington Opera House for the Kentucky Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Kentucky’s own Corey Peters is being inducted this weekend, but he wasn’t the only member of the Big Blue being honored tonight. Kentucky natives Kash Daniel, Drake Jackson, Davonte Robinson, and Landon Young all became members of the the All-Commonwealth Team. The four Kentucky natives were all members of the 2016 recruiting class and each has turned into a starter at the college level.
Mark Stoops will be relying heavily on these four upperclassmen to provide steady play and leadership to his 2019 football team. The class of 2016 has a chance to be one of the best during the Mark Stoops era and these Bluegrass State natives are a big reason why. It’s good to see their hard work being recognized as they get ready for a huge season.
Labor Day Saturday will be here before we know it.