By LARRY VAUGHT
Kentucky offensive coordinator Neal Brown noted Friday that there has been some separation in the running back competition.
“Two guys have kind of raised themselves. Jojo (Kemp) and Braylon (Heard) have kind of performed the best so far this spring. I’m interested to see how it looks when the lights come on (Saturday in the Blue-White Game),” Brown said.
“But, I feel good about those four guys. I really do. Mikel (Horton) he’s a little ways off because he’s got to learn how to play. He’s not as consistent. He gets fatigued and really there’s a fall-off when he’s fatigued from when he’s fresh. Then Josh Clemons is doing well. I’m excited about him. We put him in the scrimmage a couple Saturdays ago, and I thought he did well. “