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Four-Star Safety Explains Wildcat Choice

Four-Star Safety Explains Wildcat Choice

The recruiting momentum at Kentucky is strong right now, and new head coach Mark Stoops is capitalizing on that wave. Four-star safety Marcus McWilson committed to Kentucky today, a day after decommitting from Nebraska following an official visit to Lexington.

New Kentucky head coach Mark Stoops is in the process of creating quite a stir in the recruiting world, and there is a buzz about Wildcat football once again. That recruiting momentum continued Monday with the announcement that four-star safety Marcus McWilson has pledged to the Wildcats. McWilson, from Youngstown Cardinal Mooney, took an official visit to Kentucky this past weekend, and...

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