Which Kentucky football newcomers could help Cats right away?

Herald-Leader Staff ReportJuly 30, 2014 

Kentucky offensive guard Ramsey Meyers ran a drill during spring practice.

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Coaches have said often how much a redshirt season benefited several Kentucky players who could make an impact on both sides of the ball this season, players such as projected starting right guard Ramsey Meyers or backup right tackle Kyle Meadows or backup left guard Nick Haynes.

Last week before one of his many meet and greets, UK offensive coordinator Neal Brown offered a look into his thinking on some of the newcomers that could help the Cats’ offense right away and others he hopes to give a little more time.

Read more on Jennifer Smith's UK football blog.

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