The second signing day is usually not big for everyone. But today was big for Big Blue Nation.
Kentucky arguably got one of the best signings they have ever had along with a good transfer.
I will start with top 35 recruit in the nation, Trevin Wallace out of Jesup, Georgia. Trevin Wallace committed to Kentucky over schools like Boston College, Auburn, Florida State, Illinois, NC State, LSU, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Ole Miss, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Tulane. He was recruited by Jon Sumrall and Brad White. What is Kentucky getting in Trevin Wallace? Kentucky is getting a potential first round talent when he goes to the draft. He is a traditional off-ball linebacker with a terrific burst and acceleration. He closes fast and arrives with a purpose. He is able to make opponents fumble with his big hit ability. Kentucky will love this guy for the next three to four years. Next is Luke Fulton. Luke Fulton is also from Youngstown, Ohio like some others we know. He committed to Michigan State over Northwestern, Cincinnati, Duke, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Minnesota, Nebraska, Purdue, and others. The big key in this one was Vince Marrow keeping close with Fulton. And now Luke Fulton is now a Kentucky Wildcat.
I except both of them to be big pieces next season. From what I have seen from social medias and boards. Kentucky may not be done for the class. I believe Penn State QB transfer Will Levis will become a Wildcat some time in the next few weeks. Kentucky could also use a defensive back depth as well. The future is bright for Kentucky. #GoCats
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