Kentucky added another member to its 2018 football recruiting class Saturday by getting a commitment from another Ohio product,Keaton Upshaw.
Upshaw, who hails from Lima, Ohio, is a 3-star tight end and listed as a 6-foot-7, 225 pound tight end.
— Keaton Upshaw📍 (@UpshawKeaton) July 1, 2017
The Ohio product picked the Wildcats over offers from West Virginia, Louisville and Pitt. Upshaw is rated as the No. 42 tight end in the country and the No. 37 player in the state of Ohio.
With the commitment of Upshaw, Kentucky has 14 members in its 2018 class. He is the sixth member of the class from the state of Ohio. He is the second tight end in the class, joining Brenden Bates, a 3-star tight end from Cincinnati, Ohio.
The Wildcats have the No. 20 class in the country per the 247Sports composite rankings, and rank fourth among SEC programs. Only LSU, Tennessee and Texas A&M have higher-rated classes at this point in the recruiting cycle.