Kentucky got a big boost — literally and figuratively — with the news that a key player on its defensive line announced he would return for the 2020 season.

DT Quinton Bohanna made his announced on Twitter, news that he called “unfinished business.”

“What Coach Stoops built and continues to build is going to be special for a long time,” he said. “The NFL is my dream, but I have decided to return to Kentucky.”

Bohanna has been a consistent player for the Wildcats since he played in 12 games as a freshman in 2017. The Cordova, Tennessee native played in 13 games in 2019, and made 18 tackles, with a sack and three tackles for a loss and a pass breakup.

The 6-foot-4, 361-pound Bohanna was likely to be a late NFL draft pick, and his return helps ease the loss of T.J. Carter and Calvin Taylor to graduation. Left tackle Landon Young also announced that he would return in 2020.

Bohanna returns to a Kentucky team that returns plenty of key players, and added a solid recruiting class to have a chance to make noise in the SEC East. Kentucky is in the midst of signing the highest-rated class under Stoops, and doesn’t have to replace the sheer number of key players as it did a year ago.