Four-star junior receiver Binjimen Victor (pictured above) and highly-touted sophomore receiver Emmanuel Greene of Coconut Creek High School in Fort Lauderdale got the good word from Kentucky head coach Mark Stoops today. They joined teammate Trayvon Mullen, a junior safety, who already held an offer from the Cats.
Victor (6-4, 175, 4.58) also holds offers from Cincinnati, Clemson, Louisville, West Virginia, Ohio State, Miami, Florida State and South Florida, among others. He is ranked No. 259 overall in the newly-released Scout 300 for the Class of 2016.
Greene (5-9, 160, 4.4) is the polar opposite of Victor when it comes to physical stature, but has earned a reputation as one of the best prospects in the Class of 2017 due to his dynamic speed and change-of-direction ability. As a freshman, he had 60 receptions for 554 yards and nine touchdowns.
He picked up a scholarship offer from Louisville on Wednesday, joining the likes of South Florida, Clemson, Cincinnati and West Virginia on his early offer sheet.
UPDATE: Later Thursday evening, Greene added an offer from Tennessee during his visit to Knoxville.
The Cocunut Creek standouts are being recruited by UK assistant coach Derrick Ansley.