JEFF BADET RUMORS & GOSSIP

Jeff Badet Interview | Wide Receiver, Oklahoma

DraftSeason: It has to be quite the change going from Kentucky to one of the best teams in college football, what has been the biggest adjustment you have had to make in ’17?Jeff Badet: The biggest adjustment I would say after being here for 6 months was getting use to the OU tradition. The family environment and how much they expect us to win. Every game being high stakes was something...
Via DraftSeason
December 06, 2017

Kentucky football: Oklahoma native Isaiah Epps trying to fill void left by Jeff Badet

LEXINGTON, Ky. — It was an offseason geographical coincidence. Kentucky lost its dangerous deep-ball target to Oklahoma while plucking his replacement from the Sooner State’s high school ranks. Jeff Badet and Isaiah Epps traded places. The state swap, understandably so, has been smoother for Badet. After leading the SEC with 22 yards per catch in his junior season at Kentucky, Badet...
Via SEC Country
October 05, 2017

Oklahoma Sooners Football: Why Jeff Badet Could Be This Season’s Breakout Star

Badet’s potential could be unlocked this season, and that’s a scary thing. There exists a relatively small amount of continuity in college football. Due to the nature of amateur and professional ball, a program’s best and brightest will bolt for the NFL sooner (no pun intended) rather than later. Because of that, it’s always nice when you can bolster your receiving corps with a...
Via Crimson and Cream Machine
April 05, 2017

Kentucky WR Jeff Badet announces decision to transfer to Oklahoma

Kentucky’s leading receiver from last season, Jeff Badet, has settled on a new college football program. The former Wildcat announced Tuesday that he would be playing football at Oklahoma next season. As a graduate transfer, he will be eligible to play immediately. Badet announced his intention to transfer in January. In an official statement released by the school, he thanked the...
Via SEC Country
March 28, 2017

Kentucky football: Former WR Jeff Badet reportedly narrows list of transfer destinations to four schools

Jeff Badet had a breakout season in 2016, leading the Kentucky Wildcats in receiving yards with 670. However, he decided to transfer from the program However, he decided to transfer from the program last month to play out his final year of eligibility elsewhere. Badet is set to graduate from Kentucky in May, but because he had not yet played four years, he is eligible to transfer...
Via SEC Country
February 04, 2017

Kentucky Football: Badet To Transfer for Final Year

Kentucky Football: Junior wide receiver Jeff Badet alerted the program he plans to forgo his senior season with the Cats, transfer for final year The Kentucky football program received some shocking news over the weekend when junior...
Via Wildcat Blue Nation
January 17, 2017

Receiving yardage leader Badet will transfer from Kentucky

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) Kentucky coach Mark Stoops has announced that junior wide receiver Jeff Badet will transfer after leading the Wildcats in yardage last season. Badet had 670 yards and ranked second on the team with 31 receptions and four touchdowns in 2016, totals that helped the Wildcats (7-6) reach the TaxSlayer Bowl in their first postseason appearance since 2010. He leaves...
Via Associated Press
January 13, 2017  |  Discuss

Kentucky football: WR Jeff Badet announces transfer

LEXINGTON, Ky. — Top Kentucky receiver Jeff Badet announced his surprise transfer Friday morning. Badet, who led the Wildcats with 670 receiving yards and more than 21 yards per catch, will graduate in May and be able to play immediately at his next school. “I want to thank all the coaches, especially Coach Stoops, for everything they’ve done for me over the past four years,” Badet...
Via SEC Country
January 13, 2017

Kentucky Football: Jeff Badet Breaks Out Against Mississippi State

The Kentucky football program has seen glimpses of greatness from wide receiver Jeff Badet. He finally put it all together against Missisippi State. Will it last? The Kentucky football team couldn’t afford to lose to the Mississippi...
Via Wildcat Blue Nation
October 23, 2016
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