Video: Kentucky Football Signees Ramsey Meyers, Justin Day & Regie Meant

First-team all-state senior season in Florida Class 6A … A big and athletic offensive line prospect with great run-blocking ability … Physical attributes could help him project into multiple offensive line positions … The nation’s No. 60 guard prospect by 247Sports and ranked No. 61 by Scout.com … Played for Coach Tom McPherson and the Ridgeview Panthers in Orange Park, Fla. … Helped Ridgeview to a 9-2 mark and a spot in the state playoffs his senior year … Senior honors also included All-First Coast, All-County and the Florida Times-Union “Super 24″ … Played in the Florida Athletic Coaches Association North-South All-Star Classic following senior campaign … Honorable-mention all-state as a junior … Named the top sleeper at the Nike Elite Camp last spring … A first-team all-combine performer at the US Army combine in 2012 … The first Southeastern Conference signee in school history.

First-team all-state by SCVarsit.com … Offensive tackle with a huge upside … Long arms and big frame give him the potential to be an outstanding pass blocker … Has only played one year in the offensive line … Started his high school career playing defensive end before he moved to the other side of the ball as a senior … Played at South Aiken High School, coached by Jeremy West … Also first-team all-state and all-region … Was a standout at the Rivals.com South Carolina Elite 100 Camp in the spring of 2012 … “Day was the biggest surprise of the week,” Rivals analyst Mike Farrell wrote. “(M)ore often than not his opponents ended up on the ground with the big man lurking over them when the whistle blew.” … Played in the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas, which pits the best high school players from North Carolina and South Carolina against each other.

A speedy defensive line prospect with a huge frame to go along with quickness … Has been timed at 4.7 seconds in the 40-yard dash, a remarkable time for a defensive lineman … With his great combination of size and speed he could project as a defensive tackle or end … Second-team all-state in Florida Class AAAAA as a senior … Did not begin playing football until high school … Attended Ida Baker High School, where he played just three seasons for Coach Brian Conn … Totaled 68 tackles, 16 tackles for loss, two sacks, a caused fumble and two quarterback hurries his senior season … Finished junior season with 23 tackles, four sacks and three caused fumbles … Name pronounced same as “Reggie.”

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