Kentucky like most programs can always use strong prospects across the defensive line. One of the top targets on the defensive line for Rich Brooks was Tim McAdoo.
McAdoo helped lead Oakland High (Tn.) to the 6A state championship last season as a junior, tallying almost 100 tackles and over twenty tackles for loss.
The 6-foot-2, 320-pound mountain was a finalist for Tennessee's Mr. Football, Region 4-5A Defensive Player of the Year, and named to several all-state teams.
McAdoo also possesses the kind of strength required to play in the SEC from day-one. He squats 550 pounds, benches 355 pounds, and cleans 350 pounds.
McAdoo visited Kentucky unofficially earlier this summer.
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