Skip to content

Kentucky Sports Radio

University of Kentucky Basketball, Football, and Recruiting news brought to you in the most ridiculous manner possible.

Know Your Wildcat: Jordan Aumiller

UK Football Media Day

During the slow and insipid summer of 2008, former KSR wordsmith Evan Hilbert profiled each and every member of the University of Kentucky football team. Though his knowledge was sparse and his research was far from thorough, Evan’s short and insufficient player profiles were an integral part of Kentucky’s success that season. UK finished with seven wins, including the opener at Louisville and a 25-19 victory in the Liberty Bowl. Kentucky hasn’t won a bowl game since. Let’s bring back that magic…

 

#86 JORDAN AUMILLER

Vitals

— Height: 6’4″

— Weight: 232 lbs.

— Class: Senior

— Experience: 3L

— Position: Tight End

— Hometown: Danville, Ky.

— High School: Boyle County

Class of 2009 High School Ranking

— Rivals.com: NR, starstar

— Scout.com: #66 TE, starstar

— 247Sports.com: NR

— ESPN Recruiting: #113 TE

How He Got Here

Aumiller committed to Kentucky early in the summer prior to his senior season of high school at Boyle County. He only held offers from UK and Marshall at the time but believed a Louisville offer was coming soon.

Freshman Season, 2009

Redshirted as a linebacker and earned Scout Team Player of the Week honors twice throughout the season.

Redshirt Freshman Season, 2010

Now at tight end, Aumiller played in all 13 games, starting in eight, and caught 18 passes for 193 yard and one touchdown. He was named First Team Freshman All-SEC and Fourth Team Freshman All-American.

Sophomore Season, 2011

Saw his playing time diminish behind senior tight end Nick Melillo; Aumiller started in one game but did not catch a pass on the year.

Junior Season, 2012

Played in three games but failed to record a reception for the second season in a row.

Something You Didn’t Know About Him

His nickname is “Lank.”

Most Recent Tweet

Unfair NFL Comparison

Jermichael Finley, Green Bay Packers

Outlook for 2013

After going two full seasons without a catch, Jordan Aumiller is ready to take over the starting tight end duties for the Wildcats again. Vince Marrow said last week that Aumiller has a slight edge over Anthony Kendrick at the position, but both can expect to get a lot of opportunities in the new Air Raid offense.

Article written by Drew Franklin

I can recite every line from Forrest Gump, blindfolded. Follow me on Twitter: @DrewFranklinKSR

5 Comments for Know Your Wildcat: Jordan Aumiller



  1. btowncatfan
    4:31 pm August 22, 2013 Permalink

    Your “Outlook for 2013” makes Larry Vaught and his droid very happy.



  2. SEC teams
    4:49 pm August 22, 2013 Permalink

    The SEC teams love 2-star athletes…love to pound them into the ground.



  3. Al/in/Indy
    5:21 pm August 22, 2013 Permalink

    2) you seem to forget, he’s being coached by someone who really knows how to coach. Not saying he’ll take the SEC by storm. But like my great aunt used to say, if you have a few scraps of ham in the freezer, you can at least make some chipped ham gravy to go with breakfast…#SHITONASHINGLE!



  4. Ave
    7:26 pm August 22, 2013 Permalink

    The past 2 years he only played on special teams
    Not even at TE. he really has only played TE one season
    Because joker wouldn’t play him



  5. Football
    11:13 pm August 23, 2013 Permalink

    @SECTEAMS Seems like a well thought out comment.