A 4-Star Wide Receiver was one of many Esteemed Guests at Today's Open Practice

A 4-Star Wide Receiver was one of many Esteemed Guests at Today's Open Practice

Nick Roushabout 5 years

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[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="572"] After spending time with Vince Marrow, Danny Davis (in yellow) greets D.J. Eliot, via @DTerryRivals.[/caption] Springfield, Ohio native Danny Davis was on campus today to watch the Cats' second practice of the season.  The 4-star wide receiver is one of the best of the best, ranked as high as the 15th-best receiver in the 2017 class by Rivals. Davis has visited Lexington multiple times, making the Cats the perceived favorite.  They'll have to fight off Michigan State, Penn State, West Virginia, Ohio State and his most recent offer, Oregon.  Check out his highlights: Stoops invited some potential future Wildcats, but even more former Wildcats; more than 125.  From recent graduates Zach West and Max Godby, to one of Bear's best, Harry Rogers of Frankfort.  Rogers played in the 1947 Great Lakes Bowl, the 1949 Orange Bowl and the 1950 Sugar Bowl. [caption id="attachment_204214" align="alignnone" width="3264"]The contingency of former players that made it to this morning's practice. The contingency of former players that made it to this morning's practice.[/caption]

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