Wide receiver Randall Cobb spent three seasons with Kentucky and will enter his sixth season in the NFL with the Green Packers this fall. Cobb has caught 31 touchdown passes with the Packers, but he will return to Kentucky this summer to complete what he says is his greatest accomplishment.
Cobb has two classes to finish to complete his degree in community and leadership development within Kentucky’s College of Agriculture, and he plans to walk in the school’s graduation this month. The former Wildcats star will be the first person to graduate in his immediate family, and he sat down with Kentucky athletics to discuss what it means to him.
“There’s going to be a time where the jersey comes off,” Cobb said in the interview. “I’m going to need something to fall back on when that time comes. There’s going to be a lot of other things that I want to do in life that I’m going to need an education for.”