Saturday, June 21, 2008

Boyle County's Jordan Aumiller verbally commits to play football at Kentucky

From the Danville (KY) Advocate-Messenger:

The more Jordan Aumiller thought about it, the more he realized there was no sense delaying his decision. That’s why the Boyle County senior called University of Kentucky assistant coach Chuck Smith Friday and told him he was making his verbal commitment to sign with the Wildcats in February.

“I just thought the time was right to do it so I would not have to worry about it any more,” Aumiller said Friday. “I thought it would be fun for my family to be able to easily go watch the games.” Smith, the former head coach at Boyle, told Aumiller it was “awesome” that he committed early. Aumiller planned to meet with UK head coach Rich Brooks Saturday while Boyle was competing at a 7-on-7 passing tournament at Kentucky.

“Coach Smith seemed excited,” Aumiller said. He noted that his brother, Corey, told him that Smith called former Boyle all-state receiver Neal Brown, who is now the offensive coordinator at Troy, to tell him that Aumiller had committed.

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