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Three Football Recruiting Notes One Week from NSD

1.  Kevaughn Dingle  will not take an official visit to Kentucky this weekend, he told KSR’s Jack Pilgrim.  The 3-star wide receiver from Miami was committed to The U when Lamar Thomas entered the picture.  Shortly after, Dingle decommitted and proclaimed the Cats as his leader.  As NSD has drawn closer, Kentucky has committed resources to other wide receiver prospects, most notably Danny Davis, likely leading Dingle to make the decision to visit somewhere else this weekend.

2.  ESPN is coming to town for NSD.  ESPN is covering recruiting at Kentucky for football, NOT basketball.  Kind of a big deal.  The four-letter network is sending 16 reporters on the road to cover the biggest football recruiting day of the year.  The Cats are in good company.

School (ESPN Ranking) Reporter
No. 1 Alabama Laura Rutledge
No. 2 Ohio State Quint Kessenich
No. 3 Georgia Maria Taylor
No. 4 Michigan Jen Lada
No. 5 Florida State Ryan McGee
No. 6 Oklahoma Paul Carcaterra
No. 7 LSU Allison Williams
No. 8 Texas A&M Marcus Spears
No. 9 Auburn Cole Cubelic
No. 11 Clemson Marty Smith
No. 15 Penn State Coley Harvey
No. 16 South Carolina Tony Barnhart
No. 22 Arkansas Clint Stoerner
No. 23 Colorado Kris Budden
No. 27 Kentucky Matt Stinchcomb
No. 35 Texas Alex Loeb

You’ll be able to find Stinchcomb’s coverage on ESPN2 and ESPNU.

3. The Depth Chart Podcast Does NSD.  KSR is still finalizing plans for what will happen next Wednesday, but it all begins tomorrow.  We’ll be discussing each prospect in a way that you’ve probably never heard before.  Send your questions on Twitter by including #DepthChartJKF and stay close to your iTunes feed tomorrow night.

Article written by Nick Roush

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

1 Comment for Three Football Recruiting Notes One Week from NSD

  1. satcheluk
    10:01 am January 26, 2017 Permalink

    That’s a pretty big deal. Anything to promote the program is good news.