It seems like Kentucky has rebounded nicely at the quarterback position in the 2018 class, as the Wildcats have landed a commitment from JUCO quarterback Terry Wilson.
Wilson, who was also receiving interest from Florida and Nebraska, announced his commitment to the Wildcats via Twitter.
— Terry Wilson (@TerryTouchdown3) December 10, 2017
Wilson is the No. 3 Dual-Threat JUCO quarterback and the No. 58 JUCO player in the 2018 class.
Kentucky had a commitment from 4-star quarterback Jarren Williams, but he backed off his pledge and ultimately flipped his commitment to Miami.
Mark Stoops and the Wildcats have had success in the past with JUCO quarterbacks, as Stephen Johnson has led them to back-to-back bowl games in the past two seasons. Johnson is in his final season of eligibility.
Prior to Wilson’s commitment, Kentucky had the No. 30 ranked recuriting class in the country, which leaves them 10th among SEC teams.
Kentucky will wrap up its season against Northwestern in the Music City Bowl.
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