The final poster in a three-part series is out and it features a Kentucky player wearing the No. 13, but it’s not sophomore holder Jaret Leet or quarterback Jalen Whitlow (who recently has changed his jersey number to two).
So who is that masked man whose face is blocked out intentionally by a dark helmet visor? It’s sophomore wide receiver A.J. Legree (usually No. 6) who was picked to represent the entire team for 2013.
“It was fun,” Legree said. “It was crazy, I didn’t expect them to pick me, of all people, to do something like that. To me, it kind of showed me (how) the coaches look at me. I’ve got to be that guy this year.”
Legree said it didn’t bother him one bit that his face is obscured so only close friends and family will realize that it’s him.
“I knew what I was representing,” he said. “At the end of the day, I want to see UK on top.”
The two other posters, which already have been released, feature Avery Williamson and Alvin “Bud” Dupree. One says “attack every day” and the other says “attack every play.”