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By LARRY VAUGHT
Kentucky offensive coordinator Neal Brown said finding a leader at receiver is an “evolving” process.
“There’s really not right now, and to be fair, I don’t know if there has to be. I don’t know if there has to be,” the UK offensive coordinator said. ”I think the guys that — whoever the quarterback ends up being, I think Ray Sanders, Jonathan George, Miller, Mitchell, I think those guys can kind of spread it out.
“I’d love for there to be a wideout there, but there’s guys that haven’t played a whole lot, so I don’t know if it’s fair to ask one of those guys to step up yet.”