There has never been a more versatile weapon in school history than former Wildcat Randall Cobb.
During his tenure at Kentucky, Cobb was the perennial "do-it-all" man, operating as a wide receiver, return specialist, quarterback and place kick holder.
Cobb was named to SEC All-Freshman team at quarterback, throwing for two touchdowns, receiving two touchdowns and rushing for seven during his freshman season.
Cobb began to see more time at wide receiver during his sophomore season and was instrumental in Kentucky's "WildCobb" package—the team's version of the Wildcat offense in which Cobb assumed the quarterback role with the option of running or throwing the football.
In his junior—and final—season, Cobb became the all-time leader at Kentucky for total touchdowns with 37. On October 9, 2010, Cobb scored four touchdowns against undefeated Auburn, making him the first Wildcat to score a passing, rushing and receiving touchdown in the same game since Shane Boyd in 2003.
Head coach Joker Phillips said of Cobb, "He's one of the best leaders I've ever been around."
Cobb will now provide quarterback Aaron Rodgers and his powerful Green Bay Packers offense with yet another dangerous target.