Three-star OL flips from UCF to Kentucky
Offensive lineman Sebastien Dolcine announced Monday morning his decision to flip from his commitment to UCF with a pledge to Kentucky, per 247Sports.
The Courier-Journal’s Jon Hale has confirmed:
Can confirm UCF commit Sebastien Dolcine has joined Kentucky's 2017 class.
— Jon Hale (@JonHale_CJ) December 12, 2016
Dolcine (6-foot-4, 285 pounds) is a three-star prospect and the No. 78-ranked guard from the 2017 recruiting class. He took an official visit to Lexington this past weekend, “loved it,” returned home to talk it over with family, woke up today and chose to commit to the Wildcats.
“He said he’s excited to have me,” Dolcine said of Kentucky coach Mark Stoops. “He said they will be trying most of all for me to get my degree. He said the football part will work out. I chose the Wildcats because when I went up there and looked around I saw the coaches and players I knew that would be a great home to me. The offensive line all have each other’s back and have that love for each other, that genuine love with me and the other offensive linemen.”
The addition of Dolcine gives Stoops 17 commits for this class, which currently ranks 31st nationally.