Will Levis has made his decision regarding if he will play in the Music City Bowl.
Just moments ago, Levis announced via his social media pages that he will indeed forego his final game with the Wildcats against the Iowa Hawkeyes and prepare himself to get ready for the 2023 NFL Draft.
This probably doesn't come as a shock to anyone. The already banged up quarterback is projected to go in the top ten in the 2023 NFL Draft and has already proven himself enough to several NFL general managers. In all honesty, Levis has more to lose than he does to gain by playing in the Music City Bowl.
In his two years in Lexington, he has completed 418 of his 636 passing attempts, for over 5,200 yards and 44 touchdowns. Levis ran the ball one hundred and seventy plus times in his two years, for well over two hundred yards and 11 touchdowns. Levis has an career passer rating of 150.1 in his two years with the Wildcats, as well.
You can not ask for much more from the kid out of Madison, Connecticut, who was a backup at Penn State, that transferred to the University of Kentucky and made a name for himself. Levis has definitely left his mark on the Kentucky Football program and his name will be remembered for decades to come.
Now, it is time for him to move on to the next chapter in his storybook career. Best of luck to you Will, in all of your future endeavors.