Guy has the size and speed that has college coaches projecting him as a terrific safety. He had a 95-yard kickoff return for a touchdown against Boyle County on Friday and also had six solo tackles, four assists and three pass breakups.
"He's good, very good," said Catholic coach Bill Letton. "He can do a lot of things for any team." Guy says he is going "to stay where I am at" on his college choice for now.
"If I decide to change my mind, I just need to talk to my parents and get their final decision and talk to coach Letton and make sure if I am making the right choice. I am just going to stick where I am for now," Guy said. "I still have time to think things over. I am kind of thinking of staying home a little bit more now. This is a hard decision. Wherever I decide to go, basically I am going to be there for the rest of my life. I want to make the right choice for me and my family. I want to do things right." Kentucky's impressive start has swayed Guy's thinking and he likes what new defensive coordinator Steve Brown is doing.
"As far as I see, I really like UK's defense. Next year they are not really losing a lot on defense, so they are still going to be big," Guy said. "Offensive-wise, they lose six or seven starters, so they will have some spots to fill. But I am really feeling comfortable about UK and stuff. I am starting to like them. Even though I grew up in Kentucky, I really wasn't a Kentucky fan. As far as I see now, they are doing big things.
"Arkansas is far away from home, but some people are telling me to leave and some are telling me to come to UK and I would look good in blue. I have been thinking both ways. I have a lot of time to think. The thing I am most concerned with now is playing high school football first and then worrying about college second and then getting my grades up and my core GPA and scoring high on that ACT. I have a lot of work to do in the classroom."
But he definitely knows what position he wants to play in college.
"I like hitting guys, but I want to play free safety so I get to see the whole field," Guy said.