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Cats Lose Key Player for Season

On Thursday July 25, UK Athletics announced that junior safety
Davonte Robinson was sidelined for 2019 with a right quadriceps
injury. He suffered the season ending injury, which will require
surgery, on Tuesday, July 23. He was projected to start at safety &
nickel back for Coach Stoops’ Wildcats, moving into the role formerly
held by Mike Edwards. He will be missed, but Kentucky has some
good prospects to fill in, they just don’t have the experience that
Davonte possessed. Another loss, junior Isaiah Epps, who is one of
the two starting outside receivers, is expected to miss six weeks
after suffering a "small fracture" in his left foot, but should be back
for the Miss. St. game.

   Senior safety Jordan Griffin has to step up. UK coaches have been
high on Griffin's potential since he signed with the Cats as a four-star
recruit over offers from Auburn, Clemson and others in the 2016
class. He has learned a lot while at Kentucky, so I believe he’ll be up to
the task.

    Kentucky also returns sophomores Tyrell Ajian and Yusuf Corker at
safety. Both third-year players showed some promise as redshirt
freshmen in 2018. They both did pretty well on special teams last
season. Another new player, Moses Douglass (4 Star, Class of 2019)
will probably end up in the rotation as well.

   This season’s hopes will depend on several new players in the
defensive secondary. Since Kentucky lost all the starters from the
Citrus Bowl team in the defensive secondary, they will definitely need
some help from these guys if they want to make it a stellar season
once again.

   UK junior linebacker Kash Daniel, Kentucky’s Mr. Football and
Gatorade Player of the Year (Paintsville High) has made a name for
himself at Kentucky. He is a hustle man, has keen eyes and has been
named a team Captain for this season. That’s pretty darn good for a
junior player. He will really help our defense players on the D line and
the secondary. Go Cats

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