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Drew Barker, a high school quarterback in Kentucky and one of the top ten QBs in the country according to 247 Sports, got some mail Monday. In fact, he got a lot of it from the University of Kentucky. Kentucky sent Barker, a Class of 2014 Army All-American, 115 handwritten letters.

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Following a recent trip to South Carolina it appears Barker is enthusiastic about a possible future with the Gamecocks and Steve Spurrier.
Filed Under: SEC Sports
Originally published on SECRant.com

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SaintsSBXLIV

If you think the problem with the US Post Office and the reason why post office workers are "losing their jobs all across the country" is because of high-profile college recruitment than you need to get a grip.
Reply44 months
The worst part about this is that football programs are allowed to send these letters for free without postage since they belong to an institution of higher learning, all the while postal workers across the country are losing their jobs.
Reply44 months
we got dis
Reply44 months
This is just stupid... no really.
Reply44 months
to quote some other guy, hugh freeze sends at least 6x as many. UK needs to catch up
Reply44 months
This is getting old.
Reply44 months
Come to Kentucky! You will be the 6th most popular kid after the 5 incoming basketball recruits,
Reply44 months
awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww
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