When Randall Cobb was at Kentucky, he was one of the most compelling playmakers in the country, let alone the SEC. A two-time All-SEC selection and 2010 All-American, Cobb set the record for most touchdowns scored as a Wildcats player.
That impressive resume earned Cobb a spot in the University of Kentucky’s Hall of Fame, into which he was inducted on Friday night. Though he was not able to attend the ceremonies in person because of his responsibilities with the Green Bay Packers, Cobb delivered a great pre-taped acceptance speech:
— KYwildcatsTV (@KYwildcatsTV) September 23, 2017
During his career with the Packers, Cobb has accounted for more than 7,000 yards and 40 touchdowns.