Retooling Kentucky includes Texas A&M WR Cottrell

  • Tom VanHaaren, ESPN Personnel WriterDec 9, 2023, 09:48 AM ET Close ESPN staff author Joined ESPN in 2011

  • Graduated from Central Michigan

Kentucky added another big offensive transfer Saturday when pass receiver Raymond Cottrell announced he was moving to bet the Wildcats.Cottrell was a true freshman at Texas A&M this past season and entered the transfer website Nov. 13, a day after coach Jimbo Fisher was fired. The NCAA executed a rule that any undergrad student-athletes have a 30-day window to enter their name in the transfer website if their head coach leaves or is fired.Cottrell was the

No. 162 recruit in the 2023 cycle, a 6-foot-3, 205-pound prospect out of Milton, Florida.Editor’s Picks

  • 1 Related He played in just 3 games this season and would be eligible for a redshirt, offering him 4 years of eligibility remaining.The coaching personnel was able to get a commitment from Cottrell just 3 days after Georgia quarterback transfer Brock Vandagriff revealed he too was moving to Kentucky. Vandagriff had actually limited playing time at Georgia, but was likewise an ESPN 300 hire out of high school and will assist fill deep space left by outbound quarterback Devin Leary.Kentucky’s personnel has actually prioritized getting help in the death

    game after ranking 95th among all FBS groups in pass lawns per game this season and 43rd in passing touchdowns.

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