Kentucky’s spring session is complete. The Cats will now focus on finishing the semester strong academically and transition into its summer program which includes hosting official visitors. From all accounts, UK enjoyed a positive spring practice. A new offense was installed which brought on new confidence in its quarterbacks and pass catchers. Senior defensive players are reported to be taking the next step into becoming elite disruptors. Linebacker depth is not danger-thin yet, but there is growing concern. There’s lot to unpack from the Wildcat’s 15 practices. Here are three things that jumped out to me:
Pass Offense Development
The addition of Wan’Dale Robinson, the retention of Josh Ali and Improvements at receiver to go along with continued influence from the TE position have created tremendous excitement around the Wildcat’s passing attack.