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Freshman receiver Ryan Timmons of Franklin County was a priority recruit for offensive coordinator Neal Brown when he joined Mark Stoops’ staff. Now there is a chance Timmons could be in the starting lineup against Western Kentucky.
“I think that’s a very good position battle. Daryl Collins and Ryan Timmons are both competing at that H position, and they both had a really good camp,” Brown said. “I’m pleased with how Daryl Collins has stepped his game up and really accepted the challenge that Ryan’s given him.
“But Ryan can run. Ryan’s familiar with this offense, so the learning curve wasn’t as steep as it was for some of those other freshmen. And he’s really good with the ball in his hand. He’s fast and he can make people miss.”