Yahtzee! Kentucky Football lands another commit for the Class of 2023. Jaremiah Anglin Jr., a safety from Lake Wales, Florida, decided this evening that he wanted to play his college ball for Mark Stoops and Brad White. Anglin Jr. is a three-star recruit and is 6'1", weighing in around 185 pounds.
Jaremiah chose Kentucky over the following schools such as Pittsburgh, UCF, Alabama, Cincinnati, Florida, Florida State, Louisville, Miami, Oklahoma, Penn State, South Carolina, Tennessee and West Virginia. If you ask me, that is a pretty good list of schools that were at least interested in Anglin.
In 2021, he was a two-way player for his team that went 9-3 on the season and made it to the second round of the 6A state playoffs. The newest Kentucky commitment managed to pick off five passes while also totaling 83 tackles in 12 games on defense at the safety position. Anglin can also be quite an offensive threat as he was able to catch 24 passes for a total of 358 yards and three scores on offense.
Anglin is ranked the 38th best at his position (safety) and 81st in the entire state of Florida, as well as, the 413th best player in the nation for the Class of 2023 according to 247Sports.
Here are some highlights from Anglin's Junior season for Lake Wales High School for your viewing pleasure.
Mark Stoops and company continue to address the secondary situation for the 2023 season in getting a commitment from Anglin. Jaremiah joins Avery Stuart, the four-star recruit out of Montgomery, Alabama, as the second safety for Kentucky's 2023 recruiting class. Kentucky is also in the mix to land another four-star safety in Kenton Kirkland who hails out of Raines, Florida. Kirkland has his list cut down to two, falling between Kentucky and Florida State. He's currently set to announce on the 15th of August.