Ansley came to Kentucky after previously coaching at Tennessee as Cornerbacks Coach under Derek Dooley. Ansley also spent a year coaching defensive backs at Central Florida under George O'Leary.
Now he could be filling the vacant defensive backs coach at the University of Georgia. Ansley is a tireless, energetic recruiter. His connections in the states of Alabama and Georgia are extensive and crucial to Kentucky's efforts down south.
On the field his unit struggled this season, but with injuries and inexperience, there are still reasons to be optimistic about Ansley's corners if he returns.
Continuity is important for the Kentucky staff, but Mark Stoops should be in position to bring in another quality coach to replace him. Working under Stoops, one of the best defensive backs coaches in the country himself, would be of great benefit to any up-and-coming young coach.
AllWildcats will keep you updated on the coaching situation.