At least one big-name prospect enjoyed himself at Kentucky’s Spring Game on Friday. In fact, he liked his time in Lexington so much that he decided to re-open his recruitment right after he left.
This afternoon, 2020 four-star wide receiver and Kentucky target Kalil Branham decommitted from the University of Michigan.
After much prayer, careful consideration & guidance from my parents, entire famiIy & friends have decided to decommit from the University of Michigan & re-open my recruitment. Thank You UM & fans. I look forward to what the future holds for me. I will not be commenting on this.
— Kalil Branham 2020 (@kbug_dash) April 13, 2019
Branham, a 6-foot-1 receiver out of Columbus, OH, is considered the No. 266 prospect overall and the No. 64 receiver in the class of 2020 according to 247 Sports. He currently holds offers from Michigan, Cincinnati, and Boston College, among others.
After Branham’s visit to Lexington, Kentucky received three consecutive picks on his Crystal Ball, including one from national recruiting analyst Allen Trieu (91% all-time accuracy).
Watch him work:
It looks like Branham will be a Wildcat sooner rather than later.
Come on down.