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Yahtzee! Kentucky picks up commitment from 3-Star Defensive Tackle

Kentucky Football has just received a commitment from Tyler Bentley a 3-star defensive tackle from Lakota West High School in West Chester, Ohio. Bentley is 6’2″ member of the Class of 2018. 24-7 Sports ranks him as the number 35 player in the competitive state of Ohio. Bentley also held offers from the likes of Alabama, Florida, LSU and Louisville.

Watch him work below:


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5 Comments for Yahtzee! Kentucky picks up commitment from 3-Star Defensive Tackle

  1. chris43
    6:51 pm June 11, 2017 Permalink

    Hmmmmm….wonder how long this one sticks? 😐😐😐😐😐😐😐😐😐😐😐😐

    • thenamerobdigity
      11:39 am June 12, 2017 Permalink

      Longer than you will be a UK football fan

    10:07 pm June 11, 2017 Permalink

    I thought Yahtzee! was for a 5-star pick up. After all, isn’t the game Yahtzee! played with 5 dice? Nothing wrong with a 3-star player, but are we now declaring a Yahtzee! for any and all? Maybe we have just over used the term at this point.

    • thenamerobdigity
      11:40 am June 12, 2017 Permalink

      Or you can not be happy we got a solid commit.

    • kennybuckets23
      11:47 am June 12, 2017 Permalink

      YAHTZEE, indeed. I love all the recruiting successes over the years since Stoops’ arrival, however we always seem to fall short in the DT department. IMO, these guys control games as much and are just as important as strong interior OL. Also, defections and subpar play from this position has caused us to have sizable hole in D over the years. Every position is important….I know…..but talent and depth at DT and OL are just critical. We’ve accumulated talent and depth across entire OL. Very excited to get Bentley and I wouldn’t be upset if we get another top DT….or two…or three….Well done to Stoops and Co.