Rivals Ranks UK Football #1

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Updated: 6/17/2013 7:04 pm
The UK football program hit an all-time high today, even if it was just a mistake.

The Cats recruiting class for 2014 was rated the best in the country by Rivals...for all of ten minutes or less.

The top ranking included three-star wide receiver commit Tyre Brady out of Florida reported back on Friday via his Twitter account.

But the folks who run the UK Rivals webpage are saying that commitment hasn't been accepted yet by Mark Stoops and company; meaning UK is actually second in the nation.

Still not bad as you see who they rank ahead of right now.

A better average star ranking by the way per player than Texas.

Even if it is only June, is still pretty impressive as well.
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