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Kentucky Flips OT Anfernee Crease From SMU

The official opening of the spring football transfer portal window isn't until tomorrow but Kentucky is off to an early start today by getting an important commitment in regards to depth.

JUCO prospect, Anfernee Crease, was originally committed to SMU but decided today to flip his commitment to the University of Kentucky.

Crease announced on social media earlier today that he is "100% committed" to Kentucky.

Anfernee Crease was in attendance at Kentucky's Blue/White Spring Game this past Saturday as he was invited by offensive lineman coach, Eric Wolford. The 6'6" lineman who weighs in at 310 pounds is a part of the 2024 class but has three years of eligibility left due to a short time with Navarro College.

When Crease was in attendance at the Spring Game he still had other offers on the table which included Syracuse, USF, UCF, Colorado, and Houston, among several others. The OL prides himself on his pass-blocking ability and says that is definitely one of his strengths which will be important for Kentucky from a depth perspective. Crease will join Marques Cox, Courtland Ford, Malachi Wood, and Gerald Mincey at the respective position.

This was by far a position of need for Mark Stoops and Eric Wolford and it is good to see that they are wasting no time in adding both size and depth to the Big Blue Wall for the upcoming season. If you would like a glimpse of Anfernee Crease in his freshman season at Navarro College, you can check out this highlight clip from his Hudl account.

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