On the eve of National Signing Day, a Kentucky Football commit has announced he will not sign with the Wildcats tomorrow.
Torrance Davis, a three-star running back from Ohio, announced on his Instagram story that he does not plan to sign his letter of intent during tomorrow’s deadline.
Torrance Davis will not be signing with UK tomorrow. pic.twitter.com/uUW98rC4sd
— Travis Graf (@Trav_Graf) February 4, 2020
Davis is rated the 36th best running back in the nation for 2020 by 247 sports and as the 10th best player in the state of Ohio.
While he has yet to explain why he will not be signing, it could be because of a logjam at running back.
Chris Rodriguez and Kavoisey Smoke still have three years of eligibility remaining, Travis Tisdale has four years and three-star prospect Jutahn McClain is signed for 2020.
Kentucky also is the favorite to land four-star running back Michael Drennen II, who will sign tomorrow with either the Cats or USC.
Regardless, Davis will not be joining the Wildcats, which could potentially allow Kentucky to sign an extra player during Wednesday’s national signing day.