Former LSU offensive lineman Dare Rosenthal has officially joined the Kentucky Wildcats.
Rosenthal announced the move via Twitter on Thursday.
“My decision was not based on my athleticism alone,” Rosenthal said on Twitter. “It was based on me attending the University that I believe can help mold and shape me into a better man and help me reach my full potential on the field.
“… I look forward to changing the narrative and my new journey at UK!”
Rosenthal was in and out of the lineup at LSU, missing spring practice last year and leaving school for a short period of time before he eventually returned to campus.
Then, last season, Rosenthal started five games and was suspended for a portion of the year.
The inconsistency with him being on the field for LSU doesn’t correlate with his potential, though, as head coach Ed Orgeron and plenty of others had high praise for Rosenthal, pinning him as a potential future first-round selection in the NFL Draft.
Kentucky has been an LSU transfer landing spot in the past with other former Tigers like cornerback Kelvin Joseph, who was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys in the second round of this year’s event.
Expect Rosenthal to become an immediate contributor and elevate his draft stock even more with the Wildcats this season.