Will Levis, with 2 years of eligibility remaining, discusses his Kentucky future
Will Levis led Kentucky to a big 52-21 victory over Louisville on Saturday, and took time out of his class schedule on Monday to join Peter Burns and Chris Doering on the SEC Network’s “SEC This Morning.”
Having a rival is new to him since the Penn State transfer didn’t enjoy a huge rivalry like the Cats do against Louisville. UK has won 3 straight against UofL by 30-plus points each. Levis rushed for 113 yards and 4 touchdowns in the win, and added 149 passing yards.
Levis has 2 years of potential eligibility in Lexington, and he said a decision is coming about his future.
“I haven’t even really thought about that much at all,” Levis said. “I need to talk to some people, but I’ll make an official decision on that pretty soon.”
Levis was asked what he’s most proud about this season, and he said his development since this is the first year being a true starting quarterback.
“It’s all thanks to my teammates and coaches for helping me develop, and making the plays and doing all the behind-the-scenes stuff,” Levis said. “With team success comes individual recognition and all my success has to do with how this team has come together and played so well this year.”