Rejoice, BBN. UK senior quarterback Terry Wilson announced on Twitter this evening that he is healthy and ready to start preparing for this coming season.
With a 12-3 career record as the starter for Kentucky, the dual-threat quarterback has a lot of staff members as well as fans excited for his return. Wilson suffered a season-ending knee injury against Eastern Michigan in the second game of this past season, spoiling what was looking to be a breakout year for the JuCo transfer. Knowing that, Wilson is due to be coming out with vengeance this preseason as he gets ready to be the presumed starting quarterback for the 2020-21 football season.
Here is the tweet from Wilson announcing he is ready to prepare for this coming season:
And I can finally say I’m back! And healthy!! Been a long road.. *3 is ready for the tour 😈 https://t.co/kKbZleXXXP
— Terry Wilson (@TerryTouchdown3) June 28, 2020
The first game currently on Kentucky’s schedule just happens to be a home game on Sept. 3 against Eastern Michigan, the team that Wilson suffered his injury against. I would have to imagine Wilson is chomping at the bit to get back on the field, as are the rest of the Cats.