The University of Kentucky football team introduced four early enrollees for the class of 2015 and two transfers during Wednesday's national signing day.
Herald-Leader sports columnist John Clay caught up with the group and posted video of their comments below.
Linebacker Jordan Jones knows that as an early enrollee he’s coming into a position of need for Kentucky football in 2015. The original plan was for Jones to redshirt, but he says now he is working toward playing his freshman year.
C.J. Conrad, one of Kentucky’s most-heralded signees for 2015, said he hopes he can help right away at tight end, which has lacked production in recent years.
Here’s Ohio offensive lineman George Asafo-Adjei on why he decided to enroll early at UK. He also said the players who recently decommitted “will regret it maybe.”
Kentucky freshman Kengera Daniel said Wednesday morning that he hopes to be in the mix at defensive end now that Alvin "Bud" Dupree and Za’Darius Smith have graduated.
Linebacker Courtney Love, one of two Kentucky transfers from Nebraska, talked about his move.
Another Nebraska transfer, tight end Greg Hart, talked Wednesday morning about his possible NCAA waiver, how he went to camp at Kentucky and his skills as a tight end.