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Well, here's a creative recruitment piece that isn't a 4-year old's portrait of a player, like we've seen as of late. Kentucky sent offensive lineman commit Logan Stenberg 16 different pieces of a puzzle that when put together forms a graphic for an ESPN ’30 for 30' film about him. This is cool...

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Originally published on SECRant.com

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6 Comments
all BS aside, that is a really creative way to get someone's attention
Reply28 months
@LSUPete....Kentucky is harder to get into than LSU, chief. Barely. Not that either school is hard to get into.
Reply28 months
This is kinda cool
Reply28 months
That puzzle looks difficult!
Reply28 months
It's actually just an admissions test. If he's smart enough to put it together, he's smart enough for Kentucky. Nothing but the truth.
Reply28 months
If I were a recruit, my reaction to this would be "What the frick is this shit?"
Reply28 months
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