"I was really excited when I received my very first offer from Kentucky," he said. "I actually got chills in my body when Coach (Tommy) Mainord offered me. Knowing he's willing to give me a chance to put points on the scoreboard in their offense, realIy means a lot to me."
Blinn College has been good to UK since the arrival of Mark Stoops' staff. The Wildcats signed linebacker Ryan Flannigan out of the high-profile juco program in this year's class.
"I'm friends with Ryan Flannigan," Landry said. "Ryan and I have talked about the Cats before, but I wasn't expecting an offer from Kentucky. Coach Mainord told me I'm the No. 1 receiver on their board and top prospect they want. He wants me come in and be the guy at the wide receiver position.
"Ryan told me it would be great for me to come back on the field with some teammates. I will be visiting Kentucky very soon and may visit Arizona State."
Landry doesn't have a top five list at this time, but noted that UK has made a very strong impression.
He plans to make his decision during the season. His focus now is on academics and putting himself in a position to graduate in December so he can enroll at his new school in January.
Academics will play a role in his eventual choice.
"I'm looking mostly at the support on campus, whether it's from the fans, coaches or professors. Academics is very big to me and my family," Landry said.