The move was needed following the injury to Keaton Upshaw. The Kentucky Wildcats had some unfortunate news back on July 20th when it was announced that tight end Keaton Upshaw is out indefinitely after suffering a preseason injury.
With NBA free agency is now officially underway, there are several former Kentucky Wildcats ready to seek their big pay day. As the week unfolds, we’ll have live updates tracking the latest with each former Wildcat.
Welp. The Kentucky Wildcats have lost one of their 2022 pledges. On Sunday, Jeremiah Caldwell announced his decommitment from Kentucky. Caldwell, hailing from Belleville High School in Michigan, is a 3-star athlete ranked 380th nationally by 247 Sports Composite.
Kentucky is expected to have one of the most skilled rosters in college basketball this season. The Kentucky Wildcats have three high-level recruits coming to Lexington this season along with a couple of transfers and then a slew of returning members.
Sarr gets his shot at the NBA. While both Isaiah Jackson (22nd overall) and BJ Boston (51st overall) heard their name called on Thursday night, former teammate Olivier Sarr fell short of being selected in this year’s NBA Draft.
Jackson is off to Washington to begin his NBA career. Isaiah Jackson just had his NBA dream realized. With the 22nd overall pick in the 2021 NBA Draft, Jackson was selected by the Washington Wizards, then was traded to the Indiana Pacers.
Tony Barbe will be returning to Rupp Arena this season. Tony Barbee won’t have to wait much longer for his return to Rupp Arena, as the Central Michigan Chippewas will be coming to Lexington this season.
The full schedule is coming into focus. The SEC has announced the 2021-22 home-and-away matchups for all 14 league members. Kentucky’s permanent home-and-away opponents still includes the Florida Gators, Tennessee Volunteers and Vanderbilt Commodores.
You love to see it. As training camps kick off around the NFL, Kelvin Joseph is going through his first week of training camp with the Dallas Cowboys. As the team tries to revamp their secondary after a tough year for that unit, they drafted Joseph in the second-round in hopes he will bring some energy in his first season.
Will Levis talks family, faith and football on DIY Money Podcast Will Levis seems to have the world by the tail as many project the Penn State transfer to be QB1 when Kentucky opens the season at home on September 4th against Louisiana-Monroe.