Theltus Cobbins, a 6-foot-2 190-pound, quarterback could be one of the surprises of the Wildcat class. Cobbins plays very similar to a current Wildcat with a similar moniker.
"I like Randall Cobb. I'd compare myself to him," said Cobbins.
Cobb plays wide receiver for Kentucky, while Cobbins believes he'll be a quarterback.
"I feel like I am a quarterback. I've never played another position. I feel comfortable playing quarterback," he continued. "Kentucky gets all my skills and I know we will do big things there," said Cobbins.
Should he wind up playing the signal caller spot for the Wildcats, Cobbins 4.4 (forty) speed will be an added dimension for the Wildcat offense, but he also brings other assets to the table.
"I'm a leader," said Cobbins. "I play every play. I would have to say my speed is my strength," he continued. "I want to get better at reading defenses. I want to work on my (throwing) mechanics too," he continued.
For now, Cobbins is sidelined with a shoulder injury, so he won't be able to help his team for a little while.
"Right now I can't play because I hurt my shoulder. I should be back in two weeks," he said.
Cobbins was also supposed to be in Lexington this weekend for the Georgia game, but he won't be able to make that trip.
"I won't be up there (this weekend), but I will be up as soon as possible," said Cobbins. "I saw them play against South Carolina. They played great against them. I saw them a couple more times. I like how they play," he continued.
Cobbins holds a strong bond with one of the Cats coaches as well.
"I like coach (Tee) Martin. Me and him have conversations about regular things. We talk about football and other things in life. I have a great relationship with him," Cobbins finished.
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