The Kentucky Wildcats racked up another addition to their 2018 class on Sunday. Quintin Wilson, a three-star center from Cincinnati, Ohio, committed to the Wildcats to give head coach Mark Stoops his eighth player for next fall.
Happy Mother's Day! #BBN pic.twitter.com/ePU6DTzBg9— Quintin Wilson (@q_wil42) May 14, 2017
The continued strategy to shore up the offensive line seems to be in effect with Wilson’s commitment. The Cincy native is the third lineman in this group, joining four-star guard Marquan McCall of Oak Park, Michigan and fellow Ohioan Darian Kinnard of Cleveland.
With areas of need coming with looming departures, Stoops is attacking pretty well to say the least and Wilson gives them yet another boost in that department.
Quintin Wilson checks in at 6-foot-3, 290 pounds. He’s ranked within the Top 30 in the state of Ohio and the Top 10 at his position. Currently, Wilson sits 27th among peers in his home state and eighth among centers.