Ohio tight end prospect Tanner Lemaster includes Kentucky in top 4

Zack Geogheganabout 2 months


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The Kentucky coaching staff sure does like them some Ohio tight ends. Earlier on Saturday, a three-star tight end prospect from Washington Court House, OH, Tanner Lemaster, dropped his top four college choices and the Wildcats made the cut. Joining Kentucky for the class of 2023 pass-catcher are Cincinnati, Tennessee, and Indiana. Lemaster, a rising junior, plays for Washington High School, which is located not too far south of Akron. https://twitter.com/TannerLemaster_/status/1421500377300602884
"I'm thankful for all the schools that have taken the time to recruit and extend scholarship offers to me. Moving foward, these four schools will be the main schools I'm focusing on. My recruitment is still 100% open to any and all schools that express interest in me. I am open to interviews moving forward. This list is in no specific order."
Lemaster, who clocks in at 6-foot-6, 240-pounds, is ranked by 247 Sports as the ninth-best class of 2023 prospect from the state of Ohio and the 20th-best overall tight end recruit in the nation. His offer from Kentucky came on March 31, 2021, and he holds additional scholarship offers from the likes of Iowa State, Vanderbilt, UCF, Kansas, and Baylor, among several other non-Power 5 programs. The other three schools in his top four have all offered him since early April. Back in June, Lemaster took an unofficial visit to check out Lexington, while also taking trips to see the campuses of Ohio State, Notre Dame, Marshall, Cincinnati, and Indiana during the same month. Currently on Kentucky's roster, there are already three tight end prospects from the state of Ohio: Brenden Bates (Cincinnati), Justin Rigg (Springboro), and Keaton Upshaw (Lima). Class of 2022 commit, Josh Kattus, is also a tight end and lives up in Cincinnati. Come join the family, Tanner.

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