report: Kentucky offer was a “blessing.”class of 2026

report: Kentucky offer was a “blessing.”class of 2026


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Regarding the Kentucky offer, Sean Johnson said, “It doesn’t get better than the SEC.”

Kentucky is still making offers to players in the Class of 2026, as demonstrated by Brad White’s offer of cornerback Sean Johnson on Wednesday, May 8.

Johnson is 6-foot-1 and weighs 175 pounds. He hails from Severn, Maryland, according to 247Sports. After A Sea of Blue received an offer, the corner recently spoke with him on what that meant to him.

It doesn’t get better than the SEC, so receiving an offer from Kentucky is truly a blessing, Johnson claims. “Defensive coordinator Coach (Brad) White extended an invitation to me, and we discussed my film, Kentucky’s ranking in the top 25, and his desire to have me pay them a visit.


He expects to strengthen his bond with the coaching staff, particularly with defensive backs coach Chris Collins and White, after accepting the Kentucky offer.

Johnson says to A Sea of Blue, “I would love to build a relationship with the whole coaching staff, especially with coach Collins and coach White.”

Johnson could definitely picture himself in the blue and white uniform.

Johnson states, “I could absolutely see myself playing for Kentucky because of their SEC membership, ranking in the top 25, and—most importantly—the number of defensive backs they have in the conference.

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In reference to Kentucky’s defensive accomplishments, the team has recently seen a number of defensive backs selected in the NFL draft, including Lonnie Johnson Jr., Kelvin Joseph,Carrington Valentine, , Carrington Valentine, and others.

Johnson is aware of that accomplishment.

Johnson states, “I like that they know what they are doing with the cornerbacks because that is my position and hopefully one day my dream is to get to the NFL. I look at Kentucky’s former defensive backs and manifest that I could be one of them one day.”

He tells A Sea of Blue that he would like to visit Kentucky, even though he is still in the early stages of his recruitment process. He has already traveled to West Virginia, Maryland, Penn State, Virginia, and NC State.

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