Kentucky Wildcats receiver Daryl Collins is transferring

Oct 6, 2012; Lexington, KY, USA; Kentucky Wildcats wide receiver Daryl Collins (23) runs the ball against the Mississippi State Bulldogs at Commonwealth Stadium. Mississippi State won 27-14. Credit for this photo goes to Mark Zerof-USA TODAY Sports

News came out yesterday that the Kentucky Wildcats would be losing running back Dyshawn Mobley, as the sophomore decided it was in his best interest to transfer. It turns out that was just the beginning as multiple reports of other players transferring are beginning to come out.

As of now, UK is only confirming that sophomore wide receiver Daryl Collins is transferring.

In 2012 as a redshirt freshman, Collins played in all 12 games and caught 17 passes for 171 yards. His best game came when he snagged seven catches for 64 yards at Louisville. He also returned six kickoffs for an average of 22.2 and three punts for a 15-yard average, including a long return of 22 yard.

His playing time took a massive hit this year though, as he rarely even saw action and caught just one pass for five yards this year.

Again, there are several reports of other players transferring floating around right now, but UK has yet to confirm those. Only the departures of Mobley and Collins have been confirmed.

 

 

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