On National Signing Day, Kentucky signed eighteen people with a few surprises. The Cats signed everyone in the class besides Joko Willis. I say a few surprises because we got a surprise commit and a transfer. Kentucky signed an underrated class in the SEC.
I will talk about the class. The Cats kept 6 recruits in-state including Wide Receiver Dekel Crowdus, Offensive Guard Jager Burton, Tight End Jordan Dingle, Safety Jordan Lovett, Running Back La’Vell Wright and the transfer from Georgia Tech, Defensive End Justice Dingle. The Cats also signed some great talent from the south including Wide Receiver Christian Lewis, Wide Receiver Chauncey Magwood, Outside Linebacker Martez Thrower, Cornerback Adrian Huey, Defensive End Kahlil Saunders, and the surprise commitment Athlete Devonte Ross. And finally, the Cats got some great talent from the north including Cornerback Maxwell Hairston, Offensive Tackle Paul Rodriguez, Offensive Tackle David Wohlabaugh and Defensive End Jamarius Dinkins. And we cannot forget the replacement of Max Duffy. They also signed punter Wilson Berry from Australia. This is a great class for the Cats. The Cats will have new coaches this year and the new coaches will get great talent from this class.
Let’s talk about Devonte Ross and Justice Dingle. It looks like Devonte Ross will be a Wide Receiver for the Cats. Ross also plays basketball which is pretty cool. Ross had thirty-six catches for seven hundred and seventy-four yards and ten touchdowns. Ross de-committed from Marshall and committed to Kentucky. Justice Dingle is a transfer from Georgia Tech. Justice has a brother named Jordan, which also signed for Kentucky this year. Justice had eight tackles, one sack and three fumble recoveries with Georgia Tech. Both will make an impact for the Cats next fall.