Kayaune Ross' High School Coach Has High Expectations for Him This Season

08/23/2017 02:00 PM

The Kentucky football team continues to prepare for next weekend’s season opener against Southern Miss and injuries have created a couple of new opportunities on offense.

With senior wide receiver Dorian Baker out for the year, junior Kayaune Ross is expected to step up. Last season, the 6-foot-6 junior college transfer made two catches for 10 yards, one of which was a touchdown. Ross believes he can fill the void for the Cats on offense.

Kayaune Ross’ high school coach, Larry Cox, at Lakota West in West Chester, Ohio joined KSTV to discuss what fans can expect from Ross this season. Cox also discusses Kentucky’s two 2018 commitments that play at Lakota West, Xavier Peters and Tyler Bentley.


Clayton Abernathy

Clayton is a Producer for Spectrum News. He graduated with a Journalism degree from the University of Kentucky and he lives and breathes UK Basketball, making him the perfect fit to produce KSTV. That’s Kentucky’s only nightly half-hour show dedicated solely to UK sports. You can watch it weeknights at 7:30 and 11 on Spectrum News. Follow Clayton on twitter @ClaySTV1 to stay updated on the latest UK Basketball and recruiting news or to follow his amateur competitive eating endeavors. He once ate thirteen cheese Coney hot dogs in one sitting…on his lunch break.


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