January 28, 2007
Four-star WR enjoys Kentucky visit
Kentucky's Class of 2007 recruiting has been largely wrapped up since the turn of the new year, but one area that remains a concern is wide receiver.
Following the tragic automobile accident that claimed the life of UK-bound Georgia standout John Keye, the Wildcats have been scrambling to find potential impact players who are still open to the recruiting process.
Why has it become so important?
Kentucky will be losing two senior wide receivers next year in Keenan Burton and Steve Johnson. Immediately behind them are juniors Demoreo Ford, Dicky Lyons Jr. and David Jones. Would-be junior Curtis Pulley recently left school and remains a question mark, both in terms of returning to UK and whether his future is at quarterback or wide receiver. The Cats also lost two of last year's receiver signees, Darrell Stevens and Michael Strickland, who left the program during the season.
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