Sophomore OL visits Kentucky

Kentucky has reaped the benefits of talent coming through the Madison Central program in recent years. The football Wildcats have signed cousins Paul Warford and Larry Warford out of the Richmond school, while the basketball Cats welcome "Mr. Basketball" Dominique Hawkins to this year's squad.

Kentucky has reaped the benefits of talent coming through the Madison Central program in recent years. The football Wildcats have signed cousins Paul Warford and Larry Warford out of the Richmond school, while the basketball Cats welcome "Mr. Basketball" Dominique Hawkins to this year's squad.

The next Indian prospect on UK's radar may be a talented 2016 offensive lineman.

Will Ulmer (6-5, 275, 5.1) could be poised for some major scholarship offers after a strong sophomore season.

Ulmer visited Kentucky last weekend for the second time this season. This time he was able to talk to several UK coaches about his height, weight, how he is personally and how the season is going.

"They all seem very professional and focused," Ulmer said. "I believe coach Mark Stoops will turn around Kentucky's program."

Ulmer added: "I got to hang out with several Kentucky commits, including (Conner quarterback) Drew Barker and (Lafayette lineman) Landon Young. Landon and I are really good friends. If Kentucky was to offer me, he would be in my ear telling me to commit to Kentucky."

Ulmer said his top five schools of interest would be UK, Georgia, Alabama, Florida State and Tennessee. "I actually grew up as a Georgia fan, but Georgia hasn't recruited me yet."

Asked what he's looking for in a prospective colllege program, Ulmer said: "I'm looking at getting a full-ride scholarship, playing time and location from home. Distance is a major factor in my decision as I would like to be close enough for my family watch me play."


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