Bryant Koback added his first scholarship offer earlier this month when the Kentucky Wildcats came calling. The 5-foot-11, 190-pound rising junior talked about his offer from the Wildcats and what it means to him to get the opportunity.
“I really like the University of Kentucky’s programs all across the table,” said Koback. “I have had a visit there and it looks like a great place to me. I think I have a pretty good relationship with the coaches.”
After receiving his first Power-5 offer from Kentucky, it gave him added confidence in what he can do.
“The offer from Kentucky was amazing and it showed me I can play college football,” Koback told Scout’s Bill Greene. “My coach told me there are other schools interested in me and to just keep working hard on getting better.”
Koback says he has also heard from the Toledo Rockets as well, but with his skills and athleticism, including his 4.4-forty, it’s unlikely that things will slow down on the recruiting trail.
“I see myself as hard-working and willing to do or play any position for my team to win while being a great teammate.
“My biggest strength when it comes to being a player is being a team player and my strength is my speed,” he finished.
Koback is a projects at other positions aside from running back, such as wide receiver and cornerback.
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