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Future Wildcat Roundup: Wings Wings Wings



Look, guys, the gangs all here! John Young tweeted this picture of the future Kentucky offense as they watched the Wildcats’ week one victory over Toldeo. We love to see it, and we here at KSR know for a FACT Kalil Branham enjoyed his trip to Lexington.

In week two of the Future Wildcat Roundup, Beau Allen Bounces back, we have the inside scoop on Kalil Branham, and a look into the future with the game between Male and Ballard.

Beau Allen (4* QB) 2020

Indianapolis Howe bused all the way down to Lex-Cath to get the smackdown laid on them, 43-9.

After a less than stellar week one, Allen came back with 242 yards and five touchdowns on 14 of 17 passing. Allen and the Knights have a bigtime matchup next week at Covington Catholic.

Kalil Branham (3* WR) 2020

There wasn’t a lot reported on Branham and his play on Friday night, but the KSR insider scoop has some major news for the three-star wideout:

He freaking loves the wings at KSBar and it’s hard to blame him.

Torrance Davis (3* RB) 2020

Torrance Davis was also in Lexington, but before he made the trip to Kroger Field he had a double-overtime game on Friday night. Garfield Heights would lose 17-10, but Davis scored the only touchdown for the Bulldogs on a 39-yard TD.

Izayah Cummings (3* WR) 2020

It was a look into the future when Male’s Izayah Cummings took on Ballard’s Josh Minkin– the No. 2 DB in the state who committed to Louisville.

Male manhandled the Bruins 41-14, but it was without the efforts of Cumings. Male pounded the ball to victory, only throwing Cummings way once all night, which was broken up by Minkin. After a week one that saw the Kentucky commit grab eight receptions for 177 yards and four touchdowns, Cummings goes quiet in week two.

Earnest Sanders (3* WR) 2020

Earnest Sanders balled out for Flint Beecher (MI) in his season opener. In the blowout win, Sanders had two touchdowns and another one called back on what looked like a flag behind the play. Had it not been for the flag, that would’ve been one remarkable return for Sanders. Just look at the size of this guy, Sanders will be a GREAT addition to the receiving core next year.

Andru Phillips (3* CB) 2020

Andru Pillips had a STELLAR game on defense Friday night. While Phillips’ Mauldin Mavericks lost, they held Hillcrest in check to only 25 passing yards all night. Phillips shadowed Hillcrest’s number one receiver and held him to just four yards. Phillips further proving that Kentucky is turning into DBU.

JuTahn McClain (3* RB) 2020

Fairfield (OH) had an easy go of things against Centerville in a 33-7 victory that was fueled by this McClain touchdown run:

Jager Burton (4* OG, Undecided) 2021

Jager Burton and the rest of the Frederick Douglass Ryan Lemonds steamrolled their way to a 62-14 victory over Tates Creek. Burton was a big part of an offensive line that made way for 274 rushing yards and five TDs on the ground.

His performance must’ve caught the eyes of other coaches as well, as this morning he received an offer from Texas.

Kaiya Sheron (N/A QB) 2021- Undecided

Kaiya Sheron is a name to keep an eye on in the 2021 class. Sheron, who is originally from Ohio, is having a stellar season for the Somerset Briarjumpers.

On Friday he was a major part in Somerset hanging 75 points on Montgomery County in a 75-7 victory. Sheron’s listed as a pro-style QB, but his play is much more than that. He’s a 6-foot-3 scrambling quarterback, who can make throws on the run and also uncork the longball every once in a while. He’s a great improviser and is always making plays on his feet.

I’ve had the pleasure of covering Sheron for the first two Friday night Sport Zones and let me be the first to say this guy is the real deal.

It is my understanding that he was only one offer, and that’s to UK, but I expect him to rack up on a lot more by the end of his Junior season. He was at the game yesterday as well.

Vito Tisdale (4* S) 2020- Undecided

Vito Tisdale and the Bowling Green Purples blew out McCracken County 42-14 on Friday. One would assume they didn’t want to throw Tisdale’s way after a play like this:

Sheesh. Tisdale is announcing his commitment in January.

Keep up with all the recruits all season long here at KSR.

Article written by Brent Wainscott

Twitter: @BrentWainscott_

7 Comments for Future Wildcat Roundup: Wings Wings Wings

  1. StuckinLville
    3:36 pm September 1, 2019 Permalink

    Wish yall would do wings that werent smoked. I love some wings but dont like smoked chicken so i wasnt crazy about KSBar’s.

  2. rpjlex
    9:11 pm September 1, 2019 Permalink

    Yeah, Beau Allen not only didn’t “bus to Indy”, LC played the Indy team in LC’s home opener about 3 miles from UK’s campus. In fact, it was the second game of the double-header that is the Bluegrass Bowl that LC hosts every year.

    I mean, this reporter is either an elementary school student, or he went out of his way to ignore the most basic information that has been available everywhere for the past 3+ months. You really have to try to fail this badly.

    Congrats, keep up the good work.

    • rpjlex
      9:22 pm September 1, 2019 Permalink

      And maybe not focus on the KSBar Wings, Wings, Wings so much next time, Dumbass.

    • Brent Wainscott
      1:48 am September 2, 2019 Permalink


    • bbn606
      10:08 am September 2, 2019 Permalink

      The article didn’t say that Beau bussed to Indy.

  3. notFromhere
    11:16 pm September 1, 2019 Permalink

    Where is Rogers? Figured he’d be in some of these shots or somewhere in this article. Did he not make the trip?

    • Brent Wainscott
      1:49 am September 2, 2019 Permalink

      Did a lot of scanning on his performance last night, couldn’t find much of anything about his performance alone, but Oak Ridge lost a tight one.