Will Levis, a Kentucky quarterback, will declare for the NFL Draft, and he will not play in the bowl game against the lowa Hawkeyes in the Music City Bowl. This level is the fourth highest-rated prospect on the board of Mel Kiper Jr. of ESPN and the second-highest quarterback on the list.
Last week, Will Levis has declared his intentions to enter the NFL draft but has left the door open for playing in the bowl game of Kentucky. Will Levis said that due to Kentucky, he found confidence and belief in himself that had not been reached beforehand, and most importantly, they have won some of the most memorable ball games in his college career, and it has been a great move.
Will Levis said that after thinking much, he has decided to forego his final college football game, and is looking to next step, and also declare for the NFL Draft 2023. Will Levis could have also applied for a sixth season because of the NCAA waiver enacted during the CIVID-19 pandemic.
Will Levis started his career at Penn State before transferring to Kentucky, where Levis led the Wildcats to a 10-3 record in 2021. The Wildcats started the 2022 season 4-0 and has ranked no. 7 in the United States before losing to Ole Miss in 5th week, and ended the season at 7-5.