Terry Wilson is impressing on the practice field to begin fall camp.
After a knee injury sidelined him for all but two games of the 2019 season, the Kentucky quarterback is feeling “100%” in his return to action.
“It felt good, it felt normal. It just felt really good to be back out there with everyone and to start back up, get the rust off,” Wilson told the media on Tuesday. “I felt great out there, 100%, no mental blocks or none of that. Just out there slinging the ball and having fun.”
Luckily for us, there’s footage to back that up, with the UK Sports Network posting a 44-second clip of the Kentucky quarterback getting some reps in at camp.
— UK Sports Network (@UKSportsNetwork) August 19, 2020
“We’re blessed, we’re really blessed to be able to continue doing this, just to be able to come to practice and do what we love,” said Wilson. “I think that’s what’s driving us the most, that knowing we’re really the only guys that get to come out and practice, continue doing football things. I feel like it just drives us even more to take those safety precautions and follow everything we need to follow.”
“It doesn’t get any better than this,” the UK quarterback continued. “I feel like everybody wants to be playing football right now but we’re just fortunate enough to be out there and taking advantage of it.”