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2027 Offensive Lineman Receives Offer From Kentucky

Kentucky made some pretty big recruiting moves yesterday, especially in regards to the future. We found out about Kentucky extending an offer to an in-state prospect out of Pulaski County in Brady Hull. Hull is a part of the class of 2027 and is an offensive lineman for the PCHS Maroons.

Kentucky becomes the first program to offer the young recruit, showing that they're the first collegiate team to see Hull's talent and potential early in hopes to land another future member of the "Big Blue Wall" in Lexington. The 6'3 280-pound offensive guard prides himself on being very versatile and having the ability to play different positions on the line such as center and offensive tackle. Kentucky is looking to to get that position group back to the heights it was at just only a few seasons ago. Trying to plant roots with your in-state prospects is key and this will be a name that we could see playing for Kentucky in only a few years from now.

"I was really shocked. I wasn't expecting anything. I was expecting really to just build a relationship but I'm very blessed for the opportunity," Brady Hull told Cats Illustrated in an interview. "I was very shocked and it's just a blessing."

"They (Eric Wolford) said they've been watching me for a pretty good time and they've had people call and be like, 'This kid's legit, I think you should really get onto him.' So they've been watching my film and he said he really likes me, so he offered."

Brady went on to talk about what he thinks about Kentucky and how he has already established some connections in Lexington. "I've definitely had a lot of connections up there," Hull said. "I love Kentucky. It's definitely my dream school to go to and definitely my dream offer as my first offer. My sister actually went to school with Landon Young and they had a good relationship. I know Drake, I know his brother. I know Spike (Isaac Sowells). We talk quite often. We played little league together."

Of course there is no official rankings on Brady Hull just yet since it is so early on in his recruitment but he is definitely a prospect that I would urge Kentucky fans to keep their eyes on to see how he progresses through the rest of his high school career. Since I am a local to the Somerset area myself I will definitely be finding myself attending more Pulaski County football games in the fall to witness Mr. Brady Hull. Keep in mind that even though Kentucky was the first to offer, I am certain that there will be more schools follow suit. Georgia Tech and EKU are two schools that apparently have early interest in the young, talented lineman.

Here is a link to Brady's freshman season highlights to see why Kentucky decided to make the early move.

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