Likely will move to inside linebacker. Was rated as one of the nation's top 100 linebackers by one service. Has been timed at 4.5 seconds in the 40-yard dash. Twin brother of fellow UK signee Zack Blaylock and son of former NBA star Mookie Blaylock.
From a long pipeline of Stephenson (Ga.) players including Raymond Sanders, Ronnie Shields and Jabari Johnson. Played receiver and corner at high school level, likely will be a corner at UK. Has been timed at under 4.5 seconds in the 40-yard dash. No relation to other Blaylock signees.
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Safety intercepted 11 passes as a senior and returned five of those for touchdowns and named Cobb County Defensive Player of the year. The twin brother of fellow UK signee Daron Blaylock and son of former NBA star Mookie Blaylock, was rated No. 34 safety in nation by Scout.com.
Junior-college signee has three years of eligibility remaining at UK after redshirting in 2011. Brown is already enrolled at UK and will participate in spring practice. Active, energetic playmaker.
Nation's 30th-best defensive tackle and second-highest rated player in Kentucky by Rivals.com. He will add key depth at lineman position, most likely behind a player like Mister Cobble.
Versatile punter and kicker who was picked to the all-state "Dream Team" by the Tennesseean. Made 11 of 16 field goals as a senior with a long of 49 yards. He averaged 41.3 yards per punt. Was named high school's MVP, rare for a kicking specialist.
One of the top 10 prospects from the state of Kentucky by several recruiting services. High-energy player who loves UK, Coach Joker Phillips said. Had 91 tackles as a junior, featuring 10 for a loss, six sacks and an interception.
Athletic player who played running back, receiver, linebacker and defensive back. Missed most of senior season with injury, but still managed to rush for 2,848 yards and 42 career touchdowns. Also had eight receiving touchdowns and 582 yards in the air. As a defender, had 287 tackles and six fumble recoveries.
Originally committed to Tennessee before backing out. He had 74 tackles and grabbed two interceptions as a senior, was rated the No. 19 outside linebacker in the nation by ESPN.
Helped his high school team win at least 11 games each season, including a 3A state title his junior year. One of the nation's top 100 offensive tackles by several recruiting services.
State champion high jumper with a wide receiver's body and pass catching skills. Caught 47 passes for 698 yards and 10 touchdowns as a senior. "He's got swag; he's got the 'it' factor," UK receivers coach Tee Martin said.
Set Tennessee single-season rushing records with 3,068 yards and 44 touchdowns as a senior, averaging 12.2 yards a carry, reached state title game in Class 5A. His career totals include 5,849 rushing yards and 76 TDs.
Played offensive guard (rated as 52nd best offensive guard in nation by one service), but could become a center at the college level. Son of Brad Myers, an offensive lineman for UK from 1984-87. Brad played one season with UK Coach Joker Phillips.
Helped lead high school team to 14-1 record and a Class 5A state championship. Disruptive at the line, likely will play defensive end. Had scholarship offers in track for shot put and discus throw. Brother of UK quarterback Morgan Newton.
Helped high school to three straight 10-win seasons and brings speed (4.5 in 40-yard dash) to the cornerback position. Intercepted two passes and returned one for a touchdown as a senior. He returned two kickoffs for TDs as a junior and could be used in UK's kick return game.
Speedy cornerback with 4.38 speed in 40-yard dash, was listed as one of the top 10 prospects in Indiana by ESPN. Also could be looked to as a way to jump-start UK's return game.
Returned three punts and three kickoffs for touchdowns his senior season and has been timed at 4.43 in the 40-yard dash. Teammate of UK signee Shawn Blaylock and a part of the Stephenson (Ga.) pipeline. Listed as one nation's top 100 receivers by ESPN.
Height (6-7) and long reach make him ideal in pass protection and he should add size and depth to the Cats' offensive line. Was rated as one of nation's top 100 offensive tackles by ESPN.
Projected as one of the South's top running backs going into senior season and committed to Alabama before knee injury sidelined him and derailed his plans with the Crimson Tide. Was one of the nation's top 40 running backs, according to two recruiting services.
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Had 142 tackles as a senior and 143 as a junior, ranking sixth in the state of Florida in tackles. One of the nation's top 40 inside linebackers according to three major recruiting services.
Impressive athlete who could play on either side of the ball in college. Despite playing for small school in Georgia was a First Team All-Stater in the Atlanta Journal Constitution. Helped high school team to a perfect 15-0 record and a Class A state title as a junior.
Big, athletic offensive lineman who could be a guard or tackle at UK. Ranked as the No. 11 player in Indiana and the No. 33 offensive guard in the nation by 24/7 Sports. Helped school advance to playoffs each year there.
Won every major individual football award in the state of Kentucky, including Mr. Football. Led Highlands to three straight state titles and a 38-1 record with him as the starter. For his career, threw for 7,429 yards and 73 touchdowns as well as rushing for 1,718 yards and 38 scores.
Good size and speed for this highly regarded offensive lineman, rated No. 39 in nation by Scout.com. Earned first-team All-State honors in Georgia and blocked for current Cat Josh Clemons.
Overall athlete with multiple talents to play multiple positions, leading high school to 6A state title and a top 25 national rating. Split time at quarterback and wide receiver.
Played prep school at North Carolina Tech with current Cat Farrington Huguenin. Wright is known for being a hard hitter with good range and speed. As a senior in Florida, he had 55 tackles and forced eight fumbles.