Set to release in just two weeks, the popular video game series Madden 20 has released their entire list of individual player ratings.
And as expected, it is loaded with former Kentucky football stars.
The highest rating of all former Wildcats? Avery Williamson of the New York Jets, who holds a grade of 85 overall.
Za’Darius Smith of the Green Bay Packers wasn’t too far behind with an 83 overall.
Former Kentucky star and newest Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Randall Cobb was given an 80 overall, as was Danny Trevathan of the Chicago Bears and New Orleans Saints lineman Larry Warford:
Wesley Woodyard of the Tennessee Titans came away with a rating of 79 overall:
Corey Peters of the Arizona Cardinals was rated 76 overall:
Pittsburgh’s Bud Dupree, another big-name former Kentucky star, holds an overall rating of 73.
The lowest-rated among all former Wildcats? Jon Toth of the New York Jets with a 49 overall.
Two weeks ago, Madden revealed its ratings for the league’s incoming rookies, including Kentucky’s five draft picks from 2019: Josh Allen, Lonnie Johnson, Mike Edwards, Benny Snell and George Asafo-Adjei.
As expected, Allen came away with the highest rating among Wildcat rookies, and actually has the game’s fourth-highest rookie rating, behind only Quinnen Williams (80), Ed Oliver Jr. (79) and Nick Bosa (78). Madden also proved who’s the greater Josh Allen. The former Wildcat is ranked three points higher than the Buffalo Bills’ quarterback.
Snell, a fourth-round draft selection, was actually the second-highest Kentucky rookie with a 69 overall.
In a video of players reacting to their ratings, a very happy Benny Snell said, “Madden did not do me wrong. They did me justice, baby.”
Johnson and Edwards both came away with overall ratings of 68:
And finally, Asafo-Adjei was given a rating of 59 overall.
What do you guys think? Fair?