Kentucky Recruiting News: Henderson Officially Offered, Andrades Officially Not

Nick Nafpliotis@@NickNafster79Correspondent INovember 3, 2016

Khalid Henderson officially offered by Kentucky

The Atlanta Journal Constitution reported that Khalid Henderson officially received a scholarship offer from the University of Kentucky on Wednesday.  In addition to his visit to Kentucky on January 27.  He will be visiting Ole Miss later this week.

 

Raph Andrades not part of Kentucky's recruiting plans

Catspause.com reported yesterday that Raph Andrades, who was at one time a highly sought-after WR prospect for the Cats, is off the board.  Despite most of the information being locked behind the iron curtain of 'VIP Access', discussion on the matter revealed that Kentucky had basically stopped calling Andrades.  He will visit Notre Dame on January 27, and still holds offers from multiple BCS conference schools.  

If Kentucky is backing off of recruits like Andrades, one can only hope that they have another recruit on board (particularly at WR) that is worth it.

 

Kentucky makes a big impression on Imani Cross

CatsIllustrated.com reported that four-star RB Imani Cross "loved" his UK visit on Tuesday. Kentucky's coaching staff and Cats fans everywhere hope he is still feeling the love on national signing day.

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