Former Kentucky quarterback Amani Gilmore will be moving closer to his home state of Louisiana. Gilmore announced on both Instagram and Twitter Wednesday evening that he will be transferring to the University of North Texas.

The announcement comes just six days after the quarterback announced he was entering the transfer portal. 

Gilmore arrived in Lexington as a three-star prospect in 2019. He chose the Wildcats over the Tennessee Volunteers. As a true freshman, he appeared in just one game as he took garbage time snaps in UK’s 50-7 victory over UT Martin.

He was stuck behind Terry WilsonSawyer Smith and Walker Wood on last year’s depth chart was set to be leapfrogged by Joey GatewoodBeau Allen, and Nik Scalzo in 2020.

North Texas is an FBS program that is a member of Conference USA. They’re coming off a 4-8 2019 season.

Gilmore is one of five Wildcats to enter the transfer portal since the conclusion of spring football.

Marvin’ B.J.’ AlexanderDrew Schlegel are still undecided while Cavon Butler is committed to Toledo and Davoan Hawkins is committed to Tennessee State

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