After a year and a half of searching for new recruits, I finally found one.
After years of waiting for a recruit to commit to Kentucky, it was finally here.
It was not a surprise.
When I first heard that Kentucky was interested in me, I was very skeptical, and I was not even sure if they would commit to me.
I was so confused, and there was nothing to prove it.
I had only been searching for a few weeks, and now I am ready to take my first step toward finding myself a home at Kentucky.
I met with the coaching staff and I took a few phone calls.
I knew that I had a good chance of getting the commitment.
It was not the first time I had talked to Kentucky’s coaching staff, and they always told me that they were committed to me, but I knew I had to wait until I got the phone call.
I was at the office when the phone rang.
It said “Coach Brown.”
I started to walk towards the door, and a voice said “Hello, I just want to say thank you for contacting Coach Brown and recruiting me.
My name is Denny.
I am going to be in your office on Tuesday.”
It was the first thing I heard.
I walked into the office, and Denny greeted me and said, “Denny, I love you.
I can’t believe that I have your phone number, so I am calling you back.”
I immediately called back.
He told me his name was Denny, and he said that he is recruiting me, and that he wants to talk to me later this week.
I told him that I was interested, and we began talking.
Denny asked if I wanted to talk about recruiting.
He was very genuine, and said that I could talk to him anytime and that I would like to meet him in person.
I started talking to him, and his voice was so nice, and warm.
I said that it was very hard to get my first commitment, and if I could get the phone to ring to me in time, I would be so excited.
I asked if he would like me to take a test on Monday and he agreed to meet me that day.
The phone rang again.
He said that my phone number was not working right, and asked me to get on the phone and try again.
I quickly replied that I am fine and I would try again in a few minutes.
He asked if it was OK to take me to a recruiting site in Lexington.
I replied yes, and hung up.
I waited at home for Denny to get the call, and the next thing I know, I am on the road with the recruit I have been waiting for all year.
When I first started at Kentucky, I didn’t know where I was going.
I wanted more than anything to play football at Louisville.
I thought about a couple of other schools that were interested in recruiting me and my family.
I always wanted to play college football, but was not sure if I would make the transition to the NFL.
But after I made my first play, I thought I would stick with Kentucky.
Dennis Huddleston (top) and his brother, David, at the Kentucky Wildcats spring game in March of 2014.
(Photo: AP Photo/John Bazemore)I had been searching around for a while, and at first I thought that I might be at a bad place, because I had not committed yet to any other school.
I decided to start by visiting Kentucky, and by the end of my first day at the school, I felt like I had found my new home.
I could not be happier.
I came to campus with a smile on my face and was so excited to be a part of what Coach Brown, his staff, his players and their fans are all about.
I felt that I fit in here and it was so great to be back in a big part of the program, so much fun to be around.
I loved it here, and it felt like home to me and to be able to play at Kentucky for a year.
I have been working hard to become a better football player, and this is one of the first times I can really express that to the rest of the football program.
I hope that my decision to commit will help others make the same decision, and will motivate others to keep searching for their next talent.