3-star Hoak commits to Kentucky

Kentucky has seen its search for a quarterback in the 2016 class come to a close. Dublin (OH.) signal caller Gunnar Hoak visited Kentucky over the weekend and made the call to become a Wildcat.

Kentucky has seen its search for a quarterback in the 2016 class come to a close. Dublin (OH.) signal caller Gunnar Hoak visited Kentucky over the weekend and made the call to become a Wildcat.

Hoak, 6-foot-3, 190-pounds, is one of Ohio’s top quarterback prospects and one whose strengths translate to Kentucky’s Air Raid offense.

“I’m more of a pocket passer type of quarterback,” said Hoak. “I can stay in the pocket and find that open receiver and not panic.”

Hoak chose Kentucky over host of MAC offers, but also interest from Duke and West Virginia. Despite the interest, Hoak is done with the process.

“Schools like Duke and West Virginia were going to come see me throw in early May. But I didn’t want to miss out on this Kentucky opportunity. I’m solid with UK,” he continued.

So what was it that led to him becoming the latest Wildcat?

“It’s a great situation to get into. The number of quarterbacks they have there now and how they didn’t take one in the 2015 class. I can definitely see myself play there early.

“UK is definitely a program on the rise as well as getting big recruits. We will do big things,” he finished

All Wildcats and Scout will keep you posted on Gunnar Hoak.


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