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KENNETH HORSEY

UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY

Originally from Orlando, Florida Kenneth, a junior, is a starting Guard on the offensive line for the Wildcats. He started 8 games as a sophomore on his way to becoming one of three players who were honored with the 2020 Mayo Clinic comeback player of the year award after working his way back into action following open-heart surgery in 2018. After overcoming his setback he has not only become a major contributor on the field but in the community as well. He donates a large portion of his free time as an advocate for Heart Health participating in multiple initiatives that bring awareness to that cause.

BRAXTON
BEVERLY

N.C. STATE

Braxton, a 4-star recruit from Kentucky , returned to his home state to run the show for the Eastern Kentucky Colonels for his senior season. While at with previous team, the NC State Wolfpack, Braxton started 88 of 121 games, and finished tied for 4th in all time 3 pointers made and also tied for 4th all time in assist to turnover ratio. He also is 1 of 54 players in program history to score 1000 points. Braxton finished with a 47-1 record during his time at the famed Hargrave Academy, while winning a Prep School National Championship.

Octavious Oxendine

OCTAVIOUS OXENDINE

UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY

Radcliff, Ky-born, Octavious Oxendine is a Sophomore Defensive tackle on the University of Kentucky’s stellar defensive line. As a redshirt freshman, he participated in 3 games in the 2020 season. He arrived on campus as a highly recruited 4-star, 1st team all-state athlete from North Hardin High School, widely regarded as one of the top 25 defensive linemen in his class. He chose Kentucky over Tennessee and Texas.