Kentucky's amazing parade of football verbal commitments continued on Friday with the 17th pledge in the Class of 2014, a three-star wide receiver from the Sunshine State.
Homestead (Fla.) South Dade wideout Tyre Brady became the sixth player in the rising senior class to give his commitment to Mark Stoops' program in the last six days, an incredible run for the UK program that has seen the Cats break the national Top 10 team rankings.
Brady (6-4, 205) committed during an unofficial visit to Lexington. He is rated the No. 57 receiver prospect nationally by Scout and FOX Sports NEXT, and picked UK over programs like Florida, Florida State, Miami, Mississippi State and Tennessee.
Stay tuned to KentuckyScout.com for more info on Brady's commitment.
Florida WR joins UK commit parade
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