Quarterback Cutter Boley, a four-star prospect at Lexington Christian Academy, is staying home to play at Kentucky.
He announced his choice in a ceremony at his school, picking the Wildcats over Tennessee, Florida, Michigan and Penn State.
The 6-foot-5, 200-pound Boley also announced his reclassification from the 2025 class to 2024, and said he plans to enroll early. It was a natural fit for him.
"Coming from a small town in Hodgenville, where I came from, I grew up with the people who really plan their whole year around the UK football season," Boley told On3. "That was a huge thing every single weekend. You watched a UK football game somewhere. If it was a home game, we went. If it was an away game, we stayed and went down close to the river and watched it.
"It was growing up watching everybody, how passionate they were, even way outside of Lexington, just how passionate people all over the state are about Kentucky, especially about football. ... People have been really excited. I'm excited to see if we can take it to the next level."
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In the 2025 class, Boley was ranked as the No. 6 quarterback and the No. 72 overall recruit by the 247Sports composite.
His 2024 ranking had not yet been calculated as of Thursday morning. --Field Level Media
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