Kentucky football lands three commitments

August 3, 2011 

The University of Kentucky added a trio of football commitments for the class of 2012 on Tuesday.

Daniel Ross, a tight end/defensive end from Jeffersontown High School, told the Courier-Journal he had chosen the Cats.

T.J. Jones, an offensive tackle from Myrtle Beach, S.C., also committed Tuesday, according to CatsPause.com and CatsIllustrated.com.

CatsIllustrated also reported that Landon Foster, a 6-foot-2, 180-pound punter/kicker from Independence High School in Franklin, Tenn., said yes to the Cats.

Jones, who stands 6-foot-5, 276 pounds, is the fifth offensive lineman to commit to Kentucky for 2012. He chose UK over East Carolina.

The 6-5, 255-pound Ross became Kentucky's sixth in-state commitment for 2012, joining Thomas Chapman of Manual, Patrick Graffree of Central Hardin, Josh Harris of Mason County, Patrick Towles of Highlands and Austin Sheehan of Highlands.

Single-game ticketsgo on sale Wednesday

Single-game tickets for the UK football home schedule go on sale Wednesday at 9 a.m.

UK's home schedule includes Central Michigan, Louisville and Florida in September, Jacksonville State and Mississippi State in October, and Mississippi and Tennessee in November.

Single-game tickets for Southeastern Conference opponents are $46 each. Tickets for the Louisville game are $75 apiece, and the Central Michigan and Jacksonville State games are $41 each.

Buy tickets at UKathletics.com, by calling 1-800-928-2287 or at the Joe Craft Center Ticket Office. Tickets also are available at TicketMaster locations or Ticketmaster.com.

Season tickets also remain available.

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