Kentucky has a chance to have one of its best teams under Mark Stoops in 2020. The roster is in great shape with depth and talent, and the one question some had ahead of the season has been answered.

Quarterback Terry Wilson cleared up any doubt Wednesday by announcing he’s “all in” for the season.

Over the last week, the quarterback had expressed some concern over playing during the COVID-19 pandemic. After all, Wilson is expecting his first child soon, and no one would have blamed him for opting out and returning in 2021. That was cause for concern, considering Auburn transfer Joey Gatewood hasn’t been ruled eligible yet.

Wilson is recovering from a brutal knee injury suffered during the 2019 season, but he should be at full strength once fall camp opens up.

Impressively, Wilson owns a 12-3 record as Kentucky’s starting quarterback, and he has weapons around him, too. Behind Wilson and the offense, the Cats could be a darkhorse contender in the SEC East.