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Kenneth Horsey To Return For Sixth Season

While Kentucky lost a big guy on the defensive line this week, they just secured the return of one of the biggest guys on the offensive line for next season. Per his social media, Kenneth Horsey has announced that he will return to Lexington for his final year of eligibility. He has started 32 games for Kentucky and will be playing in his sixth season for the Wildcats, while he pursues his master's degree.

Horsey was a team captain this season and has played multiple positions for Coach Mark Stoops. He manned the left tackle spot for the Wildcats this past season, following Dare Rosenthal's early departure for the NFL. He was named All-SEC 3rd Team by Phil Steele. An open heart surgery survivor, he was named to the AFCA Good Works Team in 2021, due to his work with the American Heart Association.

Horsey will likely return to his natural position at left guard, due to the addition of Northern Illinois transfer left tackle Marques Cox. His return further solidifies what will be an improved offensive line next season for Kentucky. The Wildcats will return multiple starters in Horsey, Eli Cox, Jeremy Flax, Jager Burton and Deondre Buford. They add a transfer with over 80 starts under his belt in Marques Cox and a homegrown transfer, Tanner Bowles, who played for the Alabama Crimson Tide. Things are looking up for the Big Blue Wall.


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