Nate Willis

Kentucky Wildcats #21 - Cornerback

  • Height: 6-0
  • Weight: 168
  • Seasons: SR

Ranking Positions By Recruiting/Developing


Part of recruiting is having an eye for talent a bottom tier P5 program can realistically land, and then working hard at developing those signees. The following is a position-by-position breakdown...

Is the Kentucky Football Class of 2015 better than they are ranked?

There was much hand-wringing in the Big Blue Nation over the 2015 football class. Was it warranted?

UK Football Potpourri


Analyzing three UK football stories: Za'Darius Smith at the Senior Bowl, the impact of the early enrollees, and yesterday's false Yahtzee.

Building A Viable Program - Part Four


Looking at the roster make-up for next season, as well as speculating on the size of the 2015 signing class.

Reflections on the Governor's Cup 2014


With the game and the season in the books, here are a dozen thoughts looking back on Louisville's win over Kentucky to finish the 2014 season.

Georgia, Joja or Jawja?


However you pronounce it, Georgia is coming to town and they're likely to be in a bad mood.

UK 10 at Mizzou 20: Postmortem

Kentucky failed to take advantage of opportunities yesterday, and Missouri played disciplined football to come away with the victory.

UK defense is experienced, bendy


Kentucky plays a decent bend-don't-break defense, but if Missouri can run the ball well, the Tigers might be able to avoid passing downs and awkward down-and-distance situations.

Will a loss to the MSU Bulldogs affect recruiting?

With Mississippi State’s success and their ascent to the #1 spot in both the A/P and coaches polls, Kentucky is in a win-win situation when it comes to recruiting. The Wildcats only have to make a...

Warhawks 14, Wildcats 48: Postmortem

Kentucky looked listless early, but manages to take down ULM by an impressive score.

Postmortem: UK Defense decimates Vandy for the win


While Commonwealth Stadium is fitted for the Air Raid sirens to get all the work, the bells on third down are the ones getting worn out.

UK did *not* meet expectations, dominated Ohio


The Cats came out fast and furious much like last week and in a changing of the guard, they did not fold and make it interesting. They controlled the game the entire time and advanced to 2-0.