In August, Combs decided to transfer from Minnesota and has enrolled at UK.
The 6-foot-3, 250-pounder can play a number of positions for the Wildcats and will be tried at several spots during spring practice. "He's a person who with the ball in his hands, it's magic," said Dr. Oliver Lucas, Combs's coach at Bryan Station. "He's a player who can do anything and everything on the field. He ran about a 4.5 forty with his size," Lucas continued.
As a senior, Combs caught 45 passes for 876 yards and 15 touchdowns, playing wide receiver. He finished the year with 1197 all-purpose yards. He also punted for Bryan Station, averaging 40 yards per kick.
It's likely that Combs will be looked at on defense as a defensive end, but he could also play tight end or fullback with his skills receiving the ball and the size he possesses to block. "He's very explosive for his size. He could do whatever. He could be a defensive end, tight end, but with his size and speed, there was nothing he couldn't do," said Lucas.
Combs will walk-on this spring and participate in spring practice.
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