Asiantii Woulard tweeted several days ago that he would be taking a visit on January 11th and that he was looking forward to a good time in Lexington.
It also sounds like the Kentucky coaching staff could have a good time if Woulard does what his father told Larry Vaught on KentuckySportReport.com.
“He’s good running and throwing, but hes probably a better passer than runner,” his father said.
“But he can run. “
Woulard was impressed by the hiring of Brown, the former offensive coordinator at Texas Tech.
“We really liked the new offensive coordinator,” Michael Woulard said. “We looked at the Texas Tech offense a lot and knew he would like to run that offense. He is wanting to be more of a pro-style quarterback, but he’ll do whatever fits with the team. He has talked to coach Brown several times and I have talked to coach Brown. We really like him.
“He just seems to be real personable. He is pretty much cut and dry when he tells you something. He’s straight forward but has a good personality about him. I have not seen a lot of coaches like him. You want to be comfortable around people you are playing for and it’s easy to be comfortable around him and working hard to win a championship. Or at least two championships.”
Woulard had “about eight other major offers” when he committed to South Florida but now he seems primarily interested in Kentucky.
“If he likes what he sees on his visit, I think he’ll be ready to commit to Kentucky,” his father, who will not make the visit to UK with him, said.
If Woulard commits to Kentucky during his visit it could continue an incredible month for the Kentucky Football program and Mark Stoops.