Kentucky losing starting wide receiver to transfer
The Kentucky Wildcats had a dominant rushing offense this past season, but they struggled to move the ball through the air under first-year QB Terry Wilson.
Now, that task will get more difficult in 2019, as RB Benny Snell Jr. won’t be drawing the attention of the defenses.
And, on Wednesday, starting WR Tavin Richardson announced he was transferring from the program to play his final year of eligibility elsewhere:
Richardson played in all 13 games for the Wildcats in 2018, recording 13 catches for 114 yards. In his three-year career at Kentucky, he had 49 catches for 645 yards and a touchdown.
Where he ends up next remains to be seen, but it won’t be at Kentucky, apparently.