After five years and two schools, Kentucky quarterback Will Levis He will take his talent to the NFL.
levis is the fourth highest rated prospect on the board of ESPN’s Mel Kiper Jr. and the second-best quarterback on his roster.
Levis made his intentions clear on Wednesday night, saying he will declare for the draft while it is still undecided if he will play in kentucky bowling game.
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“My intentions are to enter the draft after the season,” Levis told UKBlueChips on Twitter. “I don’t know about the bowling game yet. I’ve talked to the coaches and people in my circle that I need to know in the last few days, and I’ll make a decision soon.”
“I’ll make an official announcement once I feel it’s necessary and appropriate. But I think after this year I’ll be declaring.”
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Levis could have requested a sixth season due to the NCAA waiver enacted during the 2020 COVID pandemic season.
Levis began his career at Penn State before transfer to Kentucky, where he led the Wildcats to a 10-3 record in 2021.
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He passed for 2,826 yards, 24 touchdowns and 13 interceptions last year before returning for a fifth season. He also had nine rushing touchdowns.
The Wildcats started the 2022 season 4-0 and were ranked #7 in the country before losing to Ole Miss in Week 5. Levis suffered a toe injury, causing him to miss the game against South Carolina and his numbers dipped in his second season at Kentucky.
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He finished the 2022 season throwing for 2,406 yards, 19 touchdowns, and 10 interceptions.