June 16, 2024

Kentucky offers two 2027 in-state prospects and many others nationally

Mark Stoops: A look at the Kentucky Wildcats football head coach

Kentucky has two commitments in the 2025 recruiting class.

Kentucky has offered Missouri City (Tex.) Fort Bend Marshall wide receiver Ja’Kayden Ferguson (6-foot-1, 160), Naples (Fla.) Community School of Naples offensive tackle Taren Hedrick (6-foot-5, 305), Dexter (Mich.) offensive tackle Cam Clark (6-foot-7, 275), Los Angeles (Calif.) King Drew Medical Magnet edge rusher Chinedu Onyeagoro (6-foot-2, 220), Hoschton (Ga.) Mill Creek linebacker Luke Metz (6-foot-3, 210), Dayton (Ohio) Trotwood-Madison offensive tackle Jermiel Atkins (6-foot-7, 250), Lyons (Ga.) Toombs County wide receiver Lagonza Hayward (6-foot-2, 190), Charlotte (N.C.) Corvian edge rusher Adrian Scott (6-foot-5, 210), Charlotte (N.C.) Corvian edge rusher Douglas Quarles (6-foot-4, 208), De Kalb (Miss.) Kemper County interior offensive lineman Mario Nash Jr. (6-foot-4, 270), Danville (Ky.) Boyle County 2027 tight end Seneca Driver (6-foot-6, 205), Somerset (Ky.) Pulaski County 2027 interior offensive lineman Brady Hull (6-foot-3, 280) and Dacula (Ga.) Hebron Christian Academy wide receiver Gerritt Kemp (6-foot-3, 180).

Ferguson will be recruited by wide receivers coach Daikiel Shorts. He is rated a .8759 on a scale to 1.000 by the 247Sports Composite, which equates to the nation’s No. 64 wide receiver. Oklahoma, Oregon, Auburn, Ole Miss and Tennessee have also offered. He was recently on campus for an unofficial visit.

Mark Stoops: A look at the Kentucky Wildcats football head coach

Hedrick is rated an 88 on a scale to 100 by 247Sports, which equates to the nation’s No. 39 offensive tackle. He holds additional offers from Miami, Missouri, Tennessee, Nebraska and Iowa State. Offensive line coach Eric Wolford will serve as his primary recruiter.

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