Terry Wilson shares latest rehab update, Kentucky quarterback running full sprints
Great news from Lexington as Kentucky starting quarterback Terry Wilson continues to take steps toward seeing the field this upcoming season.
Kentucky’s leader on offense was lost for the season early in 2019 after suffering a season-ending knee injury during the second game of the season in a win over Eastern Michigan. The Wildcats were 2-0 at that point of the season and went on to lose three consecutive games without Wilson in the lineup.
Following those losses, receiver Lynn Bowden was moved to the quarterback position by the coaching staff.
Wilson was also the starting quarterback during Kentucky’s 10-win season in 2018. As any UK fan will tell you, Wilson has a 12-3 overall record as Kentucky’s starting quarterback but the wheels came off the offense without him in the lineup. That is until Bowden changed positions.
If you missed it, a few weeks ago, Wilson shared the latest with Saturday Down South’s Connor O’Gara and went in-depth on his road to recovery following the tough injury.
On Wednesday, instead of simply talking about how far he’s come, Wilson posted a video running sprints as his team works hard in anticipation for the coming season.
Check it out below.
— Terry Wilson (@TerryTouchdown3) July 1, 2020