Starting Kentucky receiver enters the NCAA transfer portal
It appears another Kentucky receiver isn’t thrilled with the new direction of the offense in Lexington.
Two days after Bryce Oliver entered the NCAA transfer portal, starting wideout Allen Dailey Jr. has done the same.
Dailey started all 11 games for Kentucky last season, registering 14 catches for 139 yards and a touchdown for the Wildcats.
“First off, I would like to thank Coach Stoops and the University of Kentucky staff for everything,” Dailey posted. “I had a great time in my past couple of years and I made a lot of friends and friendships that last forever. Unfortunately, I will be entering the transfer portal. Thank you Kentucky.”
Dailey and Oliver aren’t the only receivers likely set to leave Lexington this offseason as Akeem Hayes and Kalil Branham have also entered the transfer portal.
Despite these defections, Kentucky still has 10 scholarship receivers on the roster this spring and the program set to add two more this summer when Dekel Crowdus and Christian Lewis arrive on campus.