Last season the Wildcats reeled in both DeQuin Evans and Chris Matthews from Harbor College. This year, they may have their eye on another Harbor prospect, Kyle Sharman. "He's a better than average player," said George Swade of his defensive end. "He's recruitable and potentially a division one player," he finished.
Helping to lead Harbor to a 9-2 season, Sharman had 46 tackles, 11 tackles for loss and 3.5 sacks. The 6-foot-2, 260-pounder had 28 tackles last season and also led Harbor with six sacks in seven games.
So has Kentucky gotten involved? "He hasn't mentioned anybody specific yet," said Swade. "There are a number of schools looking at him. Many schools are going to start making a big push. I don't think there's any problem with that. Everybody is working on finishing their season," Swade continued.
The Wildcats have inquired about Sharman in the past. Iowa State and Syracuse were also showing interest. But that's likely not the end of Sharman's recruitment. "We know the coaches (at Kentucky). It's just a matter of time. We expect after the season is over, they'll be around more."
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