Signing Day News & Notes

At the mid-way point of Signing Day 2004, all letter of intents have been recieved, with the lone exception being perhaps Kentucky's most important signee; Rafael Little of Anderson (SC).

The Cats have already pulled off one of the biggest signing day coups in recent memory, when earlier this morning they signed Joe Joe Brown, a 6-3 athletic quarterback from Cordele (GA). Brown brings with him some heavy accolades and prestige, rated as one of the nation's top dual-threat quarterback. Brown's athleticism includes a 4.6 forty and will be an impressive addition to the quarterback rotation.

Tony Dixon, a running back and cornerback prospect, whom had been reportedly wavering on his commitment to Kentucky, signed early Wednesday morning. He will not be joined by his teammate Cole Mason, who signed with Southern Mississippi. Dixon, however, was the more important of the two recruits, adding athleticism and speed to the cornerback spot.

Aubrey White from Henry Clay HS in Lexington (KY) also has sent in his Letter of Intent to the coaches. White will most likely be placed in prep school, but upon arrival should be a welcomed addition to the Cats, bringing uncanny hops and quickness to the team.

Gabe Wallace and Marcus McClinton also have sent in their letter of intents, early Wednesday morning. Wallace, who has switched his commitment three times, officially signed with Kentucky along side his teammate.

In other news, former Kentucky recruit Joe Casey will not be holding his press conference to reportedly verbal to Arkansas at 3 pm. Arkansas has pulled the offer apparently and Joe is now searching for a school to sign a Letter-of-Intent too.

Stay tuned today as the action continues and news continues to surface, on Signing Day 2004.

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