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Four-star safety Vito Tisdale has Kentucky in top four

Photo: @vitotisdale7

Photo: @vitotisdale7

Kentucky is still in the mix for one of the top players in the state. Four-star safety Vito Tisdale released his top four this afternoon and the Cats made the cut, along with Alabama, Georgia, and Texas A&M:

Kentucky still leads Tisdale’s 247 Crystal Ball with 75% of the predictions. The Bowling Green native was at Kroger Field for Kentucky vs. Florida alongside fellow in-state star Octavious Oxendine (North Hardin), four-star all-purpose back Michael Drennen II, and four-star defensive end Tyler Baron:

Tisdale will announce his decision at the All-American Bowl on January 4.

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8 Comments for Four-star safety Vito Tisdale has Kentucky in top four



  1. gasman01
    3:29 pm September 17, 2019 Permalink

    Probably exact order shown.



  2. Slam242424
    3:39 pm September 17, 2019 Permalink

    Can he play for us this weekend?



  3. ukkatzfan
    3:55 pm September 17, 2019 Permalink

    Come to Lexington Please !!! Go Big Blue !!!



  4. shelby3605
    8:03 pm September 17, 2019 Permalink

    I smell another damien harris/wondale robinson scrnario: drag uk along till after mr football award, then go elsewhere.



    • JerryCat
      11:17 pm September 17, 2019 Permalink

      Highly unlikely he’s getting Mr. Football



  5. mashburnfan1
    8:36 pm September 17, 2019 Permalink

    In the past if he did say no it would really hurt, not anymore. Now it is hey if you want to be a part of what has been built and something special come on down. If not someone else just as good is waiting for their chance. Hope he comes here but I don’t worry about it, we are getting players and we will get better and better players as we continue to build.



    • Corder
      11:26 pm September 17, 2019 Permalink

      You’re exactly right on that. It seems like with this staff they have got kids to look past the name and see the progress being made on the field. Now we are getting kids to come in and red shirt instead of telling kids there is immediate playing time. This staff has truly done what a lot of people never thought could happen and others dreamed of.



    • BluKudzu
      6:38 am September 18, 2019 Permalink

      Hoping we get all of them.

      Go Cats.