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Kentucky Football Coaches have made it to South Florida



Kentucky’s week-long recruiting road trip has made its way to the Sunshine State.

Mark Stoops’ staff started their week inside the Commonwealth. Sunday evening Wandale Robinson hosted a contingency of UK coaches. Yesterday they were in the homes of at least four different players —  Shawnkel Knight-Goff, TaeTae Crumes, J.J. Weaver and Jared Casey — from the city of Louisville.  Two days in they’re racking up more miles.

This evening wide receiver commit Demarcus Harris hosted Darin Hinshaw for an in-home visit in Vero, Beach, Florida. The three-star prospect flew under the radar, until he committed to Kentucky and racked up 1,463 yards (second-best in the state of Florida) and 16 touchdowns on 63 receptions in his senior season.

See Harris’ best work here

The Harris house is the first of many stops throughout the Sunshine State.  Hinshaw and Eddie Gran are expected to visit three other Florida commits — offensive tackle Jake Pope, tight end Nik Ognenovic and quarterback Nik Scalzo — and check in on a few other uncommitted players before the week is finished.


Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

2 Comments for Kentucky Football Coaches have made it to South Florida

  1. beskag2
    12:49 am November 28, 2018 Permalink

    This kid’s highlights looking amazing….can we also pickup his QB?!?

  2. JASUN74
    3:20 am November 28, 2018 Permalink

    I agree with you buddy. Been excited about this guy for awhile now. Looks ready to step in today if needed also. You know you’re growing as a Program, when kids like this will have an opportunity to have a year to prepare. I’m so proud of our Coaching staff the last couple of years. They have been working really hard and it’s paying off. GO CATS.