Quintin Wilson

Kentucky adds commitment from Ohio OL

Cincinnati (Ohio) Walnut Hills offensive lineman Quintin Wilson makes his commitment to Kentucky public. Details on him here.

The relationship Walnut Hills offensive lineman Quintin Wilson built with Kentucky was ultimately the difference in his recruitment and he announced his commitment to the Wildcats on Saturday over scholarship offers from Boston College, Cincinnati, Minnesota, Rutgers, Virginia and others.

A 6-foot-3, 292-pound prospect, Wilson could project to guard or center at the next level despite playing left tackle at Walnut Hills last year. He had several people to thank in his commitment statement, including Walnut Hills head coach Brian Lainhart and his area recruiter for Kentucky, Steve Clinkscale.

"A special thanks to Coach Lainhart for helping me through this journey and being a mentor to me in all aspects of life," WIlson said. "You have done so muh and I owe you so much for all that you have done for everyone."

"Big shoutout to Coach Clink for helping me so much through this recruiting process," he added/

He becomes commitment No. 8 for the Wildcats in the 2018 class. He is the third straight offensive lineman to commit to them, joining Darian Kinnard and Marquan McCall.

He is the fourth commitment in the Kentucky class from a state of Ohio which has been kind to the Wildcats under Mark Stoops.

Kentucky has a top 25 class in the country currently. Wilson's commitment moves them to 22 overall.


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