WR Brandon Rehmann joins Kentucky Summer Official Visit Guest List
The summer Kentucky football recruiting party is growing in numbers. The latest VIP added to the guest list is a talented wide receiver from a new recruiting area for the Wildcats. Brandon Rehmann tells KSR’s Zack Geoghegan he will officially visit Kentucky June 6-8.
Brandon Rehmann will be among the first official visitors Kentucky hosts during the 2024 recruiting cycle. Kentucky football players report for summer workouts on Monday, June 5. He’ll arrive the following day for a mid-week official visit. There will surely be a few more mid-week arrivals before the big weekend kicks off Friday.
Hailing from Philadelphia, the 6-foot pass-catcher from St. Joseph’s High School is a three-star prospect according to the On3 Industry Ranking, a proprietary algorithm that compiles ratings and rankings from all four primary recruiting media services. One of those media services, Rivals, believes Brandon Rehmann is a four-star prospect and top 50 wide receiver in America.
Before Rehmann takes his talents to Lexington, he will be in Morgantown, West Virginia for an official visit. This is not Rehmann’s first rodeo at Kentucky. He was in town last fall for an unofficial visit to watch the Wildcats take down a Top 25 Mississippi State football team.
In addition to West Virginia, South Carolina and Tennessee, Penn State is a significant player in Rehmann’s recruitment. He’s visited nearby Happy Valley twice this spring. The Nittany Lions have a slight edge over the Wildcats and Mountaineers in the On3 Recruiting Prediction Machine (RPM).
Wide receivers coach Scott Woodward is the lead man for the Cats in this recruitment. Philadelphia is not a common Kentucky football recruiting territory, however, Zach Yenser did secure a commitment from the Catholic school league a year ago when Austin Ramsey signed on the dotted line. The Wildcats were also a finalist for Naquil Betrand, who ultimately chose to play at Texas A&M.
Kentucky has significantly upped its recruiting efforts at wide receiver in recent years, affording them the luxury to slow play the position during this cycle. You probably shouldn’t expect Brandon Rehmann to commit on the spot, but you should certainly keep a close eye on this talented pass-catcher.
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