Four players signed with Kentucky on National Signing Day on Feb. 7, giving the Wildcats a 24-man class in 2018.
But there have also been some departures this offseason: quarterback Drew Barker, linebacker Eli Brown, running back Bryant Koback and wide receiver JaVonte Richardson among them.
So where does Kentucky stand with the NCAA limit of 85 scholarships? That’s our question of the day.
Here’s the breakdown:
Seniors (16): OLB Josh Allen, OL George Asafo-Adjei, CB Derrick Baity, WR Dorian Baker, TE C.J. Conrad, DE Kengera Daniel, DT Tymere Dubose, S Mike Edwards, CB Lonnie Johnson, LB Jordan Jones, RB Sihiem King, DT Adrian Middleton, OG Bunchy Stallings, OLB Denzil Ware, S Darius West and CB Chris Westry
Juniors (13): DE T.J. Carter, LB Kash Daniel, DB Jordan Griffin, DL Phil Hoskins, WR Tavin Richardson, TE Justin Rigg, RB Benny Snell, OG Logan Stenberg, DL Calvin Taylor, S Marcus Walker, CB Domonique Williams, OT Mason Wolfe and OT Landon Young
Sophomores (21): WR Josh Ali, LB Jaylin Bannerman, DT Quinton Bohanna, WR Lynn Bowden, DB Cedrick Dort, P Max Duffy, WR Isaiah Epps, OL Luke Fortner, DB Tobias Gilliam, QB Gunnar Hoak, ATH Zy’Aire Hughes, C Drake Jackson, DL Kordell Looney, P Grant McKinniss, OLB Josh Paschal, OT E.J. Price, DB Davonte Robinson, RB A.J. Rose, WR Clevan Thomas, LB Boogie Watson and QB Terry Wilson
Redshirt freshmen (13): DL Abule Abadi-Fitzgerald, DB Tyrell Ajian, QB Danny Clark, DB Yusuf Corker, LB Jamin Davis, OT Sebastien Dolcine, OT Austin Dotson, OLB Alex King, DB Michael Nesbitt, OT Naasir Watkins, DL Chris Whittaker, QB Walker Wood and OLB Jordan Wright
True freshmen (21): WR Marvin Alexander, TE Brenden Bates, DB Jamari Brown, WR Allen Dailey, CB Stanley Garner, DL Davoan Hawkins, WR Akeem Hayes, OL Kenneth Horsey, OL Darian Kinnard, OT Nick Lewis, DL Jerquavion Mahone, DL Marquan McCall, LB Chris Oats, WR Bryce Oliver, LB Ashtan Pierre, K Chance Poore, RB Chris Rodriguez, RB Kavosiey Smoke, LB DeAndre Square, TE Keaton Upshaw and C Quintin Wilson
Factoring the recent additions and departures, Kentucky has 84 scholarship players — one below the limit.
That number could obviously change between now and when the season kicks off Sept. 1.