Around this time last year, Will Levis’ name was not only being brought up to be the first QB taken in the 2023 NFL Draft, but in the 2022 NFL Draft as well. The senior QB for the Kentucky Wildcats threw for 2,826 passing yards and 24 touchdowns as Kentucky won 10 games, including their bowl victory over Iowa.
Levis returned to school, and midway through the year his Wildcats are spiraling. After losing to Vanderbilt at home, Kentucky is suddenly under .500 in the SEC and Levis’ play has been underwhelming to say the least. Despite this, Levis’ name is still being brought up not only as a
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