City: Lexington, KY
Web site: http://www.ukathletics.com/
|Name||Rating||Ht./Wt.||High School||Position||Colleges Considering|
|Anderico Bailey||B-||6'1"/175||Eastside High School||Wide receiver||Kentucky and Vanderbilt|
|Brian Adams||B-||6'4"/210||South Forsyth High School||Quarterback||Kentucky|
|Bubba Freeman||B-||5'9"/180||Cedar Shoals High School||Defensive back||Central Florida, Kentucky and Oklahoma State|
|Demetri Merritt||A||6-4/205||LaGrange High School||Linebacker||Kentucky|
|Donald Russell||B||5'11"/205||Dwyer High School (FL)||Running back||Kentucky|
|Kevin Mitchell||A-||6'7"/295||Alexander High School||Offensive tackle||Kentucky|
|Qua Huzzie||A-||5'11"/205||LaGrange High School||Linebacker||Kentucky|
|Raymond Sanders||No Rating||5'8"/175||Stephenson High School||Running back||Kentucky|
|Terrell Mitchell||B+||6'6"/220||McEachern High School||Tight end||Kentucky|
|Thaddeus Winston||B-||5'8"/175||Banneker High School||Safety||Clemson and Kentucky|
|Tristian Johnson||B+||6'3"/220||LaGrange High School||Defensive end||Kentucky|
Miller Grove's Kenneth Gilstrap, a two-sport prospect in football and track, has an official visit to Middle Tennessee State this weekend, he said in a text message on Friday. He also reported he was named to the East squad in the Offense-Defense All-American Bowl all-star game next month in Myrtle Beach. S.C. The game is scheduled Jan. 2 at Coastal Carolina University, Gilstrap, who has 4.31 speed in the 40, is a blue-chip track prospect as a sprinter with offers from Georgia Tech, South Carolina, Kentucky, Kansas State and Louisville and Western Kentucky. His football offers include Western Kentucky, Ohio, Richmond, Middle Tennessee and Alabama-Birmingham. Gilstrap can play receiver, kick returner and defensive back in football. He wants to play both sports in college.
Milton tailback Toney Williams decided that he wants to take an official visit to Kentucky this weekend. Williams, a Tennessee commitment, was excited at the prospects of the Tennessee offense after listening to new head coach Lane Kiffin on Monday. He remains committed to the Vols and will meet with Kiffin personally on Thursday. But he still wants to take a look at the Wildcats. "There's a lot of things I like about Kentucky," Williams said. "I need to take the trip just to get a chance to see everything and know my options." Williams will visit Knoxville for an official visit the following weekend.
David Sims of Calhoun County (S.C.) has switched his commitment from Kentucky to Georgia Tech, according to GoGamecocks.com. The 5-foot-11, 215-pound Sims is projected to play quarterback at Tech. The Jackets already have a commitment from Jordan Luallen, a quarterback from Center Grove High in Greenwood, Ind.
Henry County quarterback Drew Little, a member of the AJC’s The Georgia 150, said he has scheduled an official visit to Boston College for Oct. 11. He’s also considering Kentucky, Georgia State and South Carolina, “They’ve called a few times, and I’m definitely interested,” said Little, who has helped Henry to a 2-1 start. “I haven’t decided about the other visits yet.” Little said he will be in Athens on Saturday for the Georgia-Alabama game to watch former Henry County teammate Chris Jackson, who plays for Alabama
Heritage’s Justin Jones, one of the Southeast’s top tight ends, confirmed that he thinking about backing off his commitment to Kentucky. The 6-foot-8, 250-pound Jones picked Kentucky last summer, but has been thinking about opening up his recruiting again in recent weeks. “There’s a possibility [I could de-commit],” Jones said. “I’m not sure. My mom and I have been talking things over, and we’ll see.” South Carolina may be on the verge of luring Jones away from the Wildcats. Jones made an unofficial visit to Columbia for the Georgia game last Saturday, and spent a lot of time talking with Gamecocks assistant Ron Cooper, who has offered a scholarship