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On3 Recruiting Prediction Machine: Kentucky trending for Jaremiah Anglin

Drew Schott08/04/22
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Lake Wales (Fla.) four-star safety Jaremiah Anglin is revealing his college destination on Aug. 6. According to the On3 Recruiting Prediction Machine, Kentucky is heavily trending for his commitment.

The RPM gives the Wildcats an 93.7% chance to land Anglin’s pledge following expert predictions from On3’s Adam Luckett, Nick Roush and Chad Simmons. Anglin is rated as the No. 453 overall prospect and the No. 43 safety in the 2023 On3 Consensus, a complete and equally weighted industry-generated average that utilizes all four major recruiting media companies. He is also the No. 85 player in Florida.

On3’s rankings rate him much higher as the No. 230 overall prospect and the No. 22 safety in the 2023 On300. He is also the No. 48 player in Florida.

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Recruiting impact if Anglin commits to Kentucky

If Anglin commits to Kentucky, he would be the Wildcats’ fifth top-500 prospect and fifth-highest-rated recruit. The only players in Kentucky’s 2023 recruiting class that would be ranked ahead of him are Nashville (Tenn.) Ensworth four-star wide receiver Shamar Porter, Montgomery (Ala.) Alabama Christian Academy four-star safety Avery Stuart, Suwanee (Ga.) North Gwinnett four-star linebacker Grant Godfrey and Springfield (Ohio) four-star wide receiver Anthony Brown.

The Wildcats’ class is currently ranked No. 34 in the 2023 On3 Consensus Team Recruiting Rankings and No. 10 in the SEC. The class contains a total of 14 recruits.

Jaremiah Anglin On3 Scouting Summary

“Versatile athlete that shows off his ball skills on the defensive side of the ball just as well as he does on the offensive side at wide receiver. Caught 24 balls for 358 yards and 3 touchdowns on offense and tallied 83 tackles and 5 interceptions on defense during his junior season. Stands in at 6-foot, 180 pounds with a 6-foot-3 wingspan. Dynamic athlete with or without the ball in his hands. Covers every blade of grass on defense. Ran an electronically-timed 4.62 40, 4.24 shuttle and 7.29 3-cone during the spring camp circuit prior to his senior season. Jumped a 32-inch vertical and nearly a 10-foot broad jump at the same event. Tremendously high upside and has the ability to become a top 150 NFL draft selection if he is able to continue to produce takeaways at the next level. One of the younger prospects in the 2023 recruiting cycle.”