Tag Archives: Drew Barker
I’m in Cincinnati today at Great American Ball Park for Reds-Pirates, but the news from back in Lexington that Jalen Whitlow has decided to transfer from the Kentucky football program is not a surprise. Whitlow started 15 games over the … Continue reading
We’re posting the videos of UK early enrollees that talked to the media this morning here on National Signing Day. We start with Drew Barker, the quarterback from Conner, who played a big roll in recruiting other players to Kentucky.
Big Blue Links for Sunday: Charlie Strong accepts job as Texas coach, reports Austin American-Statesman. (pay) Pat Forde of Yahoo Sports writes that Charlie Strong has earned everything he has received, but Texas is a bad fit for him. Matt … Continue reading
KSTV’s T.J. Beisner made the trip to Connor High School this morning when Drew Barker was presented with his official US Army All-America jersey.
Big Blue Links for Monday: – Wescott Eberts of SB Nation has a neat story about how Trent Dilfer helped played a joke on Conner quarterback and UK commit Drew Barker in inviting him to the Elite 11 Nike Camp … Continue reading
Kentucky football commitments Drew Barker and Thaddeus Snodgrass are among those on the roster for Nike’s “The Opening” camp this weekend which brings together “161 of the nation’s top high school football prospects for the ultimate football experience.” The four … Continue reading
Our Ben Roberts is all over it at the NBPA Top 100 camp in Charlottesville, Virginia. He has multiple reports on multiple prospects. Meanwhile, here it is June 15 and UK football recruiting is figuring prominently in the local news. … Continue reading
Big Blue Links for Saturday: * South Carolina site urges Gamecocks fans not to panic over Barker decision * Kentucky pulled off a fourth-quarter rally to bring Drew Barker into the fold * My column on how Mark Stoops has locked the … Continue reading
HEBRON – Nailing a key commitment from the four-star quarterback Drew Barker will certainly make a national splash, but for Kentucky the significance also extends to the home front. Despite the beloved Commonwealth’s reputation for not being much of a … Continue reading