Georgia Football could be worried about Will Levis

The Kentucky Wildcats have been a relatively weak team so far this season. Having started the season as a top 10 team, they almost certainly won’t be ranked in today’s College Football Playoff rankings. Sadly, their quarterback Will Levis reflects the team’s disappointment.

This season, the Wildcats are only 6-4, with all 4 losses coming to SEC opponents (including a big upset at home to the Vanderbilt Commodores last Saturday).

Levis, a 3-star transfer from Penn State according to 247sports, was highly regarded as a recruit due to his “pro stature” and excellent arm strength. In 2021, he led Kentucky to an impressive 10-3 record, completing 66% of his passes efficiently and throwing for just over 2,800 yards. In his second year with the program, Levis and the Wildcats should take a big leap and possibly even compete for the Eastern Division in the SEC.