College Football News Preview 2020: Top Kentucky Wildcats Players
Best Kentucky Wildcats Offensive Player
C Drake Jackson, Sr.
It would be great if Terry Wilson can be healthy and back to form, and/or if Auburn transfer QB Joey Gatewood is eligible to rock right out of the box, and/or if Asim Rose – or one of the other backs in the deep group – can become the new Benny Snell, but it’s the O line that should be the early strength of the attack.
Veteran Drake Jackson might not have the length the NFL types will like, but the 6-2, 310-pounder is an All-SEC technician who’s been through the wars. He’s a blaster for the ground game.
2. QB Terry Wilson, Sr.
3. RB Asim Rose, Sr.
4. OT Landon Young, Sr.
5. RB Kavosiey Smoke, Soph.
Best Kentucky Wildcats Defensive Player
LB Jamar Watson, Sr.
Flip a coin between Waton, CB Brandin Echols, or massive tackle Quinton Bohanna as the key to the D. Boogie Watson is the do-it-all producer on the outside who came up with 36 tackles with 6.5 sacks and a team-high 11.5 tackles for loss. At 6-3 and 242 pounds, he’s got the size to be just the type of hybrid edge rusher on the outside to be the team’s most disruptive force.
2. CB Brandin Echols, Sr.
3. DT Quinton Bohanna, Sr.
4. S Yusef Corker, Jr.
5. P Max Duffy, Sr.