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looks like he is a Dec. grad, so will be here to play spring ball and has 3 to play 2 once here.
he would be a considered a junior
i wonder if Lauren Jackson will also find his way to UK
If Dupree can make the transition to wde then our d-line could be pretty good. Cobble, rumph, Coleman, , johnson, Hyde on the inside is pretty solid.
don't forget about Chapman and Graffree
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This post was edited by Josh Edwards on 12/19/2012 at 12:40 PM
Highlights of 2012 NJCAA 2nd Team All-America DL ZaDarius Smith... played high school football at Greenville (AL)
Highlights of 2012 NJCAA 2nd Team All-America DL Za'Darius Smith... played high school football at Greenville (AL)
I think Dupree should be at LB. we have enough D Lineman. also we will be in a 4-3 now.
HUGE PICK UP!!!!
This staff is already flooring me. Think Borden and Smith definitely set the tone for how it's going to be.
This was a wild ride for this kid during this recruitment process. It appears in the end he wanted to follow his d-line coach from jr college. Congrats fellas.
A little more info on him. Sounds like he only played one year of high school football because he wanted to play basketball in college.
On Wednesday - after a single season of high school ball at Greenville High and two more at East Mississippi Community College - Za'Darius Smith, a 6-foot-5, 259-pound defensive lineman, signed to play football at Kentucky.
Chris Nee of 247Sports.com. You can follow me on twitter @CNee247.
First time in a long time that a football commitment excites me. On paper this guy is an SEC caliber recruit. 6'6" and fast. WOW!
Nice pick up. It's always exciting when a new staff comes in. The fan base gets excited and everything always looks rosier than before. Fun times again in Lexington.
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