Fast, explosive back who has been a phenom since his freshman season. Also a good pass receiver and blocker. Remains uncommitted but Ohio State and Kentucky are battling other schools.
2. Eli Brown, LB, Warren East
Kentucky commit is a fine athlete with long arms. Also a good offensive player in high school, but future is likely as an outside linebacker, especially as he continues to fill out.
3. Elijah Sindelar, QB, Caldwell County
Nice sized kid who is athletic and can make plays when they break down. Has to polish his game, but we think he'll end up doing that at Purdue. Like his upside a lot.
4. Grayson Miller, S, Scott County
It surprised quite a few folks when he earned a Michigan State offer and took it this Summer, but not those who had seen him play. Bit of a sleeper, but big, smart, very good ball skills and can play in the box.
5. Mason Wolfe, OT, Henderson County
Nice, big frame and moves his feet well for a kid of that size. Showed well at the NFTC this summer. Nice pickup for Kentucky.
6. Reese Ryan, QB, Lexington Catholic
Smart, accurate passer. Not real real big, but knows where to go with the football and gets it there.
7. Emmitt Smith, LB, Warren Central
Tons of natural talent, but best position is in question. If he continues to add weight, his hand may be down come college.
8. Branden Johnson, DT, Dixie Heights
Eastern Michigan, in our opinion, stole one here. High motor kid who gets off the ball quickly and gets into the backfield.
|1||James Quick||Louisville||Caught six passes as a true freshman. Was recently moved to the first team and expected to start this season.|
|2||Jason Hatcher||Kentucky||Played as a true freshman and recorded 19 tackles and two sacks.|
|3||Ryan White||Vanderbilt||Redshirted in 2013.|
|4||Hunter Bivin||Notre Dame||Redshirted in 2013.|
|5||Kyle Bolin||Louisville||Redshirted in 2013.|
|7||Ryan Timmons||Kentucky||Started six games and caught 32 passes for 338 yards and two touchdowns.|
|10||Logan Woodside||Toledo||Played in four games, starting one as a true freshman. Goes into 2013 listed as the starter.|
|1||Zeke Pike||Auburn||Dismissed from Auburn, ended up at Louisville playing tight end for one season but was released earlier in the year.|
|2||Patrick Towles||Kentucky||Played in five games as a true freshman; redshirted last year and competing for the job this year.|
|3||Thomas Chapman||Kentucky||Redshirted first season at UK then transferred to Murray State.|
|4||Jeremy Clark||Michigan||Redshirted in 2012, saw light playing time in 2013.|
|5||Daniel Ross||Kentucky||Is not currently on the UK roster.|
|8||MeKale McKay||Arkansas||Started ten games as a true freshman, catching 21 passes for 317 yards and two scores. Transferred to Cincinnati.|
|1||Darrian Miller||Kentucky||Two-year starter for the Wildcats.|
|2||Lamar Dawson||USC||Started several games as a true freshman; full time starter for 2012 and 2013 before a knee injury last season.|
|3||Jon Davis||Illinois||Has started 15 games at Illinois, catching 56 passes for 483 yards and four touchdowns.|
|4||DeVante Parker||Louisville||Has had back to back big seasons. 1920 career yards and 28 TDs. Expected to be an early draft choice.|
|5||DaMarcus Smith||UCF||Transferred to WKU, sat one season an played in five in 2013.|
|8||Jamon Brown||Louisville||Has started every game the last two seasons for UL; projected as a mid to late round draft choice.|
|2015 Preseason Kentucky Top 25|